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08 févr. 201021:33

Sirius XM CEO Karmazin Does It Again: SEC Approves Nasdaq Compliance Extension
Posted on February 7, 2010 Brandon Matthews72 COMMENTSBOOKMARK
Rating: 9.1/10 (104 votes cast)
By Brandon Matthews

It appears that Sirius XM Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) CEO, Mel Karmazin has pulled off another deal of the decade, and it appears that Sirius XM will not be required to execute its shareholder approved reverse split.

Satwaves has learned that the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 29, 2010 has approved a Nasdaq motion to extend compliance periods for listed companies that fall below its minimum bid standard, up to 360 days beyond the initial 180 day notice. The newly adopted regulation now provides a maximum 18 month period for select companies to regain compliance.

On August 17, 2009, The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC  filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, pursuant to Section 19(b)(1) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 19b-4 thereunder, a proposed rule change to modify the length of  certain compliance periods in Nasdaq’s continued listing requirements and to modify the time available for a company to provide a plan to regain compliance with certain listing requirements. The proposed rule change was published for comment in the Federal Register on September 8, 2009. The Commission received three comment letters on the proposal. On December 28, 2009 the Exchange filed a response to the comment letter.  This order approves the proposed rule change.

The new rules completely overhaul the compliance listing standards and review, giving broad discretion to the Nasdaq in approving a company’s plan to regain compliance.

A company could only receive an extension up to this 18-month maximum length if: After reviewing the company’s compliance plan, Nasdaq staff granted the company the maximum 180-day period to regain compliance; the company failed to comply within the time allowed by staff and appealed to a Hearings Panel; and the Nasdaq Listing Council determined to call the matter for review, stay the company’s delisting, and, after reviewing the company’s compliance plan, provide the company with the maximum 360-day period from the date of the Staff Delisting Determination to regain compliance.

Sirius XM Radio CEO Mel Karmazin had stated that he was working closely with the Nasdaq and SEC to argue for a market cap exemption, and the new rules are certainly favorable to companies like Sirius XM Radio, which remains one of the Nasdaq’s most valuable properties. Although certain formalities must now be performed, the new rules will likely extend Sirius XM’s listing under the Nasdaq global markets until at least March of 2011. It is even more likely, that given the extra time the new rules allow, that the share price of Sirius XM Radio common stock will remove any delisting threat long before the potentially extended deadline.

The entire order can be viewed here.

Position: Long SIRI

Special Thanks To Ryan from Satwaves who discovered the report!

Sirius XM CEO Karmazin Does It Again: SEC Approves Nasdaq Compliance Extension - Satwaves
URL: http://satwaves.com/blog/2010/02/07/sirius-xm-ceo-karmazin-does-it-again/

3 réponses

  • 08 février 201021:40

    Le Nasdaq met la pression à Karmazin le big boss(Sirius)pour que le cours ne soit pas à ce point ridicule et doit fournir des chiffres concrets sinon il y a radiation. Cela veut dire qu'il va faire des pieds et des main pour faire par exemple 6 actions = 1 comme SANMINA qui le jour ou c'est arrivé s'est mit à grimper jusqu'à...J'y étais, allez voir le graph c'est parlant. Bon, malgré tout Karmazin traine la patte il ne faudrait pas qu'il se fasse virer du Nasdaq non plus.


  • 09 février 201015:28

    Par Brandon Matthews
    Il semble que Sirius XM Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) CEO Mel Karmazin a arraché une autre face de la décennie, XM et Sirius ne sera pas tenu d'exécuter ses actionnaires a approuvé split inverse.

    Satwaves a appris que la Securities and Exchange Commission le 29 Janvier, 2010 a approuvé une motion Nasdaq de prolonger les délais de conformité pour les sociétés cotées qui tombent en dessous de son niveau de soumission minimal, jusqu'à 360 jours après la notification initiale de 180 jours. Le règlement nouvellement adopté prévoit désormais une période de maximum 18 mois pour sélectionner les entreprises à se conformer de nouveau.

    Le 17 août, 2009, The Nasdaq Stock Market LLC a déposé auprès de la Securities and Exchange Commission, conformément à l'article 19 (b) (1) de la Securities Exchange Act of 1934 et de la règle 19b-4 sous son régime, un changement du règlement proposé de modifier les longueur des périodes d'application de certaines exigences en maintien de l'inscription du Nasdaq et de modifier le temps disponible pour une entreprise pour fournir un plan pour retrouver le respect de certaines exigences d'inscription. Le changement de règlement proposé a été publié pour commentaires dans le registre fédéral le 8 Septembre, 2009. La Commission a reçu trois lettres d'observations sur la proposition. Le 28 Décembre 2009, le change a déposé une réponse à la lettre d'observations. Ce décret autorise le changement de règlement proposé.

    Les nouvelles règles réformer en profondeur les normes d'inscription et d'examen de conformité, ce qui donne une grande latitude pour le Nasdaq en approuvant le plan d'une entreprise à se conformer de nouveau.

    Une entreprise ne peut recevoir une extension jusqu'à cette durée maximale de 18 mois si: Après examen du plan de conformité de la compagnie, Nasdaq personnel accordé à la société le maximum de 180 jours pour se conformer de nouveau, l'entreprise a omis de se conformer dans les délais impartis par le personnel et fait appel à un audiences de la commission, et le Nasdaq Listing Conseil a décidé d'appeler la question à un examen, le séjour de radiation de la société, et, après examen du plan de conformité de l'entreprise, fournir à la compagnie avec le maximum de 360 jours de la date de l'état-major Détermination de radiation à se conformer de nouveau.

    Sirius XM Radio CEO Mel Karmazin avait déclaré qu'il travaillait en étroite collaboration avec le NASDAQ et la SEC pour plaider en faveur d'une exemption de la capitalisation boursière, et les nouvelles règles sont certainement favorables à des sociétés comme Sirius XM Radio, qui reste l'un des biens les plus précieux du Nasdaq. Bien que certaines formalités doivent maintenant être effectuées, les nouvelles règles seront probablement étendre annonce Sirius XM dans le cadre du marché Nasdaq Global au moins jusqu'en Mars 2011. Il est encore plus probable, étant donné que le temps supplémentaire que les nouvelles règles le permettent, que le prix de l'action de Sirius XM Radio actions ordinaires sera d'éliminer toute menace de radiation longtemps avant la date limite potentiellement étendu.


  • 09 février 201018:07

    Sirius XM’s March Towards One Dollar (SIRI)
    Posted on February 9, 2010 Brandon Matthews2 COMMENTSBOOKMARK
    Rating: 8.5/10 (6 votes cast)
    By Brandon Matthews

    In recent weeks, SIRI shares have skyrocketed from a low of .61 to a high of .95 following its pre-released fourth quarter results. The initial results confirmed Sirius XM’s return to subscriber growth and ability to generate substantial free cash flow. The company maintained its 2009 operating guidance, while reporting that it had added over 257,000 subscribers in the quarter and had achieved free cash flow of over $100 million. The better than expected results got the attention of Wall Street, as analysts took note and began to initiate coverage or upgrade the equity while raising price targets. Credit upgrades by Bank of America/Merril Lynch (NYSE: BAC), Standard & Poors and Moody’s soon followed.

    Sirius XM shares have since pulled back to the mid .80’s following some extremely suspicious trading out of the Boston Stock Exchange. Some speculated that a conspiracy existed to hold SIRI shares below the one dollar mark, in order to force Sirius into enacting its shareholder approved reverse split. A Satwaves exclusive report on newly approved Nasdaq compliance guidlines however, makes that theory highly unlikely. As we have been reporting for months, the market has confirmed that a potential reverse split of Sirius XM shares is, and always was, a non-issue.

    The activity is more likely tied to the options market. As Siri shares near the coveted dollar mark, many writers of call options, both naked and covered, have a vested interest in keeping SIRI shares “out of the money.” This applies to both institutional and retail call option writers who now run a substantial risk of losing their Sirius positions. Sirius XM will be reporting their Q4 2009 earnings after February expiration, and with so much good news already reported, it is not surprising to see Sirius shares retreat to a more comfortable level for writers of these one dollar call options.

    Howard Stern is even being used to help suppress the price of SIRI as options expiration draws near, as the media is being manipulated into false reporting of his on air comments. These comments suggest he will not only leave Sirius XM to take over American Idol, but some go so far as to claim he has confirmed this. A recap of yesterday’s show on MarksFriggin.com, reveals that Stern never confirmed or denied anything, but only mocked the judges, contestants and what he deemed a karaoke show.

    This is a double edged sword that could create a substantial short squeeze if Stern was to dismiss the rumor outright, as he did recently with rumors of his return to advertising based, terrestrial radio. If this is combined with unexpected good news or a potential run up into earnings, shares of SIRI could be catapulted well above the 1.00 mark. I am looking for a recent rise in Sirius XM short interest to confirm this later today.

    Position: Long SIRI


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