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Pushpay to split shares next week

Staff reporters
Fri, 20 Nov 2020

Pushpay has confirmed its four-for-one share split will go ahead on Nov. 26 as announced in its half-year earnings result.At yesterday’s closing price of $7.29, the division would drop the price of an individual share to $1.82 as the number of shares on issue expands from 275.7 million to 1.1 billion. While the split is being processed, existing Pushpay shares will trade under a temporary ticker code ‘PPHZ’ from market open on Wednesday, Nov. 25 until market close on Friday, Nov. 27.At market open on Monday, Nov. 30 the o...

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