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Agria Corporation: A Chinese Agricultural Company (GRO)
The aim of this article is to review Agria Corporation's (NYSE:GRO) past performance. After describing the company's broad ... Since mid 2010, it is trading in a very narrow range somewhere between 1 and 2 USD per ADR. It already made a run-up from $0 ...
Monday's Info: Agria Corporation (GRO), GoPro, Inc. (GPRO), Sensient ...
Agria Corporation (GRO) of the Consumer Goods sector performed above average on Friday with a 7-day performance of 7.00% ending the day at $1.07, a loss of 0.00%.
BRIC Investing - ADR List for Brazil, Russia, India and China
BRIC investment countries - that's Brazil, Russia, India and China - are some of the hottest emerging markets right now and investors are clamoring for stocks, ADR list standouts and ETF funds in the region. But unlike domestic stocks, BRIC funds and ...
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40 Chinese Stocks Trading Under $10
Taking advantage of the craze for all things China, many Chinese companies have listed their ADRs in the U.S. markets in recent years.
Chinese ADRs: Long-Term Investment Opportunity? Part II
On March 23, 2012 I wrote an article providing analysis for Chinese ADRs. Since then, I have updated the primary data used in the analysis to include more ADRs as well as additional information as requested by comments received. The primary focus of ...
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Investing in China: The Red Dragon's Rise and Coming Fall
There is no denying the fact the China has risen metaphorically like no other nation has in the recent past. The Chinese growth model has not only attained enormous success for the citizens and investors worldwide but has also been an envious state for ...
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10 Chinese Stocks For Profits In 2012, Part I
Agria Corporation (NYSE:GRO) is an agriculture company based in China and is engaged in research and development, production and sales of various seed products.
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China's Sky-mobi, Bona Post Biggest 1st-Day US Slumps of 2010
Those were the steepest first-day retreats on New York exchanges since Beijing-based Agria Corp. sank 27 percent on Nov. 7, 2007, data compiled by ... Bona Film of Beijing sold 11.7 million ADRs for $8.50 each on Dec. 8 after offering them for $7 to $9.
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Variable interest entity structure in China
Another case is Agria Corporation, a Chinese seed producer which completed its IPO on NASDAQ in 2007, and which also faced the risk of losing control of the domestic company and such risk was eventually settled through compensation in equity and cash ...
Agria Corp announces resignation of Chief Financial Officer