Will Nortel shareholders get anything?

TORONTO — Nortel Canada’s bondholders, suppliers and former employees will finally start receiving their share of the roughly US$4 billion raised, more than eight years after the company filed for bankruptcy.

Is Nortel delisted?

Nortel Networks’s final demise as a stock market darling came quietly Friday when the former tech giant was delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange on a permanent basis. The final price: 18.5 cents per common share.

What happened Nortel stock?

In 2009, Nortel filed for bankruptcy protection in Canada and the United States, triggering a 79% decline of its corporate stock price….Nortel.

Type Public
Industry Telecommunications Networking equipment
Founded December 7, 1895 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Defunct February 2, 2013
Fate Bankruptcy

What was the highest stock price for Nortel?

July, 2000 — Nortel shares reach a high of C$124.50, or more than C$1,100 each if adjusted for a stock consolidation that took place in late 2006, giving it a market cap of more than $250 billion.

How do I sell delisted stock in Canada?

You could contact your financial institution or brokerage to see if they have a method for you to dispose of delisted shares, or shares which are worthless or near worthless. They may purchase the investment from you for a nominal fee, which will provide you with a transaction receipt as proof of sale.

What is Nortel stock worth?

Performance Outlook

Previous Close 18.40
Day’s Range 16.00 – 17.50
52 Week Range 16.00 – 28.40
Volume 4,736
Avg. Volume 6,092

When did Nortel stock peak?

1998: Changes name to Nortel Networks. 2000: July 26: Stock peaks at a high of $124.50, which would be the equivalent of $1,245 in today’s terms, allowing for stock consolidation. Shares were worth just 39 cents before bankruptcy filing on Jan.

Why did Nortel go broke?

Canadian telecom giant Nortel collapsed because of losing the confidence of its clients amid a culture of “arrogance and hubris.” That’s the conclusion of a research team at the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Business that spent the last three years looking at the demise of the company.

What are Nortel shares worth today?

(ARTM) Stock Price, News, Quote & History – Yahoo Finance….ARTM – American Nortel Communications, Inc.

Previous Close 0.0295
52 Week Range 0.0150 – 0.0980
Volume 10,050
Avg. Volume 19,191

Can a delisted stock come back?

Well, yes. A delisted stock can be relisted only if SEBI permits it. The market regulator lays out different guidelines for relisting such shares. Relisting of voluntarily delisted stocks: Such shares will have to wait five years from their delisting date to get relisted again.

How was the Nortel scandal discovered?

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission alleges that former top Nortel executives repeatedly misled, withheld information and ignored advice from its number crunchers, and that Deloitte eventually set off the alarm bells that led to the unravelling of the scheme.