Woolridge and Chambers (1983) report that stock returns decrease on the announcement dates as well as ex-date of reverse splits
. Spudeck and Moyer (1985) argue that "reverse splits
appear to be better characterized as a strong signal to the marketplace of management's lack of confidence in future stock price increases resulting from earnings improvement." They also show that trading volume declined significantly in the following days after the announcement of the reverse splits
(NASDAQ: ABTL) said that its stockholders approved an amendment to effect a reverse split
of the company's common stock, US$0.001 par value per share, and authorized the company's board of directors to determine the ratio and the effective date of the reverse stock split
last week announced a two-for-one stock split
have mystified the researchers in finance for long time.
"The proposed move will have an impact on the minds of average investors, who otherwise are waiting in the fringes," an analyst with a leading bank brokerage house said about the stock splits
so far announced in the local bourse.
KB Securities analyst Kim Min-gyu came out with his statistics showing that over the last 17 years, there were 667 cases of stock splits
and the prices rose an average of 3.78 percent on the day of their announcements.
NSF by Folder splits
NSF file and creates individual NSF files for each folder of the NSF file.
increase affordability and liquidity but have no impact on future returns
Summary: Stock splits
increase affordability and liquidity but have no impact on future returns.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 15, 2013-Anthera Pharmaceuticals reverse splits
stock in 1-for-8 ratio(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com