Le fabricant de plates-formes minières ASIC Canaan révèle $100 Programme de rachat d'un million d'actions

Le fabricant de plates-formes minières ASIC Canaan révèle $100 Programme de rachat d'un million d'actions

The application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) manufacturer Canaan has revealed the firm is offering a stock buyback for up to $100 million. Canaans chairman and CEO Nangeng Zhang highlighted in a U.S. Commission de Sécurité et d'Echanges (SECONDE) filing that the move was due to issues withrecent international frictions” et “domestic quarantine measures for Covid-19 control.

International Conflict and Covid-19 Lockdowns Push Canaan to Launch a $100 Million Stock Buyback

On March 16, the bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan published a filing with the SEC that explains the firm is initiating a stock buyback worth $100 million. Under the repurchase program, Canaan will purchase American depositary shares that reflect Class A shares via open market transactions and privately negotiated transactions.

Canaans CEO Nangeng Zhang revealed why the company chose to proceed with a stock buyback, highlighting international conflict and the current Covid-19 quarantines taking place in China. During the last two weeks, China has been dealing with a Covid-19 outbreak, and Hangzhou, the sub-provincial city where Canaan is headquartered, has been on lockdown for over a week.

We noticed that the recent international frictions, the domestic quarantine measures for Covid-19 control, and macro factors across the capital market have adversely impacted our stock performance,” Canaans CEO said. “Given the strong fundamentals and cash position of the company, we would like to allocate additional capital to drive value for our shareholders.

Au moment de la rédaction, Canaans shares are swapping for $4.64 per share after touching an all-time high value on March 12, 2021, à $34.63 per share. Percentage-wise, Canaans shares saw a large 86.60% drop in USD value in just over a year. Following Canaans stock buyback announcement, Canaans shares jumped 2.42% higher in value.

This new share repurchase program demonstrates our confidence in the companys long-term outlook,” Nangeng Zhangs announcement concluded. “We remain committed to our diligent and agile operations, and believe that we are able to overcome the challenges and make greater achievements.

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