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Argentina's YPF (YPF +4.2%) says it's now fully complying with NYSE listing requirements and its...

Argentina's YPF (YPF +4.2%) says it's now fully complying with NYSE listing requirements and its shares will no longer be traded as a "below compliance" company. YPF stopped meeting NYSE compliance after the Argentine government said it would expropriate a 51% stake in the company from its majority owner, Spain's Repsol YPF. (also)
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  • saratogahawk
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    Okay, steal someone else's property and then lie about it as YPF has effectively done and everything will be hunky dorry. (I always wondered where that expression came from and what it means). And yes, I do mean that YPF has lied to the investment community about the whole Repsol takedown.
    29 Jun 2012, 03:29 PM Reply Like
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