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Dena plans 300-for-1 stock split

Wednesday 21 April 2010 | 04:34 CET | News
Japanese online and mobile commerce and entertainment provider Dena has planned at 300-for-1 stock split and rais it stock trade unit to 100 shares from June this year. With the move, Dena hopes to attract more retail investors, The Nikkei reports. The company said it saw a decline in individual shareholders as its shareprice has been rising.

Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: DeNA
Countries: Japan
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