bankruptcy united airlines

bankruptcy united airlines
What happens to stocks when a company emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy?

United Airlines (UAL) has been trading on the NYSE prior to the next from the Bankruptcy in 2006. UAUA operates now under the NASDAQ, what happens to the UAL shares? Have they been implemented? Or have they simply cease to exist?

In brankruptcy the company can only eradicate the shares and leave nothing. Stock shares are a form of debt securities.

United Airlines Not Filing for Bankruptcy


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