Changyou 5 announced that the company's profitability has improved significantly.
Last week, three listed companies left A-shares in turn. This week, two delisting shares applied for re-listing. As the first state-owned enterprise to withdraw from the market, the fate of Changyou 5 affects the nerves of the market.
Yesterday Eene officially entered the delisting farewell show, the first day there was no suspense limit. Kunji and Gene, which had previously entered the delisting market, had their daily limit for 5 consecutive trading days.
Away from a few years of A shares of Chuangzhi 5 and Changyou 5, the previous status was * ST Chuangzhi and * ST Changyou. On the evening of June 4, the two submitted applications for relisting to the Shenzhen and Shanghai exchanges.
Changyou 5: Remarketing conditions
The market is watching whether the two companies can go public again. According to the relevant procedures, re-listing only needs to meet the re-entry conditions and obtain the approval of the exchange, but the application for re-listing of the two companies is the first case of the two exchanges. The market believes that the regulation of the regulatory scale has certain demonstration significance.
Changyou 5 is more eye-catching in the market. Changyou 5 is Changhang Oil Transportation, which is different from restructuring the backdoor. It relies on the company's overall operating conditions to improve and achieve re-listing conditions.
The announcement of Changyou 5 stated that after the reform and adjustment, no change in main business, no change in control rights, and no major changes in operating management, the capital structure of Changhang Oil Transportation has improved significantly, and asset quality has improved significantly. The profitability and the ability to continue operations have been significantly enhanced, and the ability to resist market fluctuation risks has been significantly improved. It has the ability to continue operations and has created conditions for re-listing.
Profitability: profitable for three consecutive years through restructuring
Since its delisting, Changyou 5 has reinvigorated its spirit, initiated bankruptcy and reorganization, and implemented systemic solutions such as “stripping VLCC”, reshaping business models, reducing debt burdens, deepening internal reforms, and adjusting and changing business models.
From its delisting history, due to three consecutive years of losses from 2010 to 2012, Changyou Stock was suspended from listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on May 14, 2013, and was terminated from listing on June 5, 2014. Before entering the third board, Changyou started to operate. On July 18, 2014, Nanjing Intermediate People's Court accepted HSBC's application for reorganization of Changhang Oil Transportation. Within five months, the court approved the company's restructuring plan. In April 2015, the implementation of the reorganization plan was completed. Through the reorganization, the company divested the largest loss source VLCC ship as a whole, reduced 2.4 billion yuan of debt, and also paid off 6.2 billion yuan of debt by debt-to-equity swaps.