Automotive news / MITSUBISHI / Friday, 21-Feb-14 17:29:57 /
Mitsubishi Motors Grows up to 11% within Last Five Months
Shares of Mitsubishi Motors jumped up to a whopping 11% in just five months, and it went upto 1291 yen as on 17th January 2014. It was taken up by a number of short term investors, which are cutting the short positions in this automaker of Japan. These investors are shorting Mitsubishi motors. According to the announcement, last week it is planning to rise up to 241 billion yen in an offering of public share, in order to buy back the preferred shares, which are issued to several group companies.Photo 1: MITSUBISHI
The reduction in the bearish bets is due to the expectations, in which retail investors are concerned in the offering. This stock is shorted up to a high extent. According to a trader of Tokyo, there has been a dilution of 40 percent, which depends upon the measurement on earnings on per share basis.
The main warning in this case would be that the investors are inspired in a single batch since radically. They have, however, finished to emanate the equities to compensate off the debt and thus solve an ongoing emanate, which has overweighed a particular stock.Photo 2: Mitsubishi Motors Grows up to 11% within Last Five Months
Many group companies like Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Mitsubishi Financial Group, Inc along with Mitsubishi Corp discovered Mitsubishi Motors by holding the bulk of the elite share after the not so successful merger with Daimler Chrysler. As per the data provider Markit, almost 10 percent of the outstanding stock of Mitsubishi Motors, was out on loan as on 15th January 2014. It went up from 8.87 percent on 30th January 2013. It was the final day of trading in Japan 2013.
The company was the sixth largest automaker of Japan and the 16th largest all over in case of production. It came into existence in 1970 and belongs to the automotive division of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.