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Reverse Stock Split

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Reverse Stock Split is typically the consolidation of a company?s outstanding shares, which reduces the number of issued shares in the marketplace. The reverse stock split does not impact the value of a corporation; however, often is the result of significant loss in the market value of a share. A 1-for-2 reverse stock split means merger of two shares to create one.

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