Japan Airlines (JAL) has relisted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, more than two years after it entered bankruptcy restructuring.
Japan Airlines 787. Courtesy, Boeing Japan Airlines (JAL) has relisted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, more than two years after it entered bankruptcy restructuring (ATW Daily News, Aug. 30). Shares in the company closed at JPY3,830 ($48.52) on the first day of trading, up 1.3% on its start price of JPY3,790 and down slightly on the day’s high of JPY3,905. Political tension with China and expected bad economic news reduced the offering slightly. JAL, which filed for ...
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