- Rise Education (REDU) stock is rocketing 400% higher today.
- However, that’s only due to an American Depositary Share (ADS) ratio change.
- This acts similar to a reverse stock split.
Instead, that incredible surge in value comes alongside an ADS ratio change. This is incredibly similar to a reverse stock split in that the price of the share changes without an overall change in ownership.
The Rise Education ADS change today has it switching from a two shares per ADS ratio to a new 10 shares per ADS ratio. This makes it the same as if shares of REDU stock had went through a one-for-five reverse stock split.
Rise Education also notes that there will be no fractional shares issues as part of the ADS ration change. Any fractional shares will instead be sold by the company’s depository, JPMorgan Chase, for cash-in-lieu proceeds, after fees, for ADS holders.
So while REDU stock is up 400% today, it’s not something traders should celebrate or bemoan. It just changes the price of the stock, which could be beneficial for the company to keep it above minimum trading requirements.
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