November 30, 2016 - By Linda Rogers · 0 Comments
The stock of Conyers Park Acquisition Corporation UN (NASDAQ:CPAAU) registered a decrease of 56.67% in short interest. CPAAU’s total short interest was 2,600 shares in November as published by FINRA. Its down 56.67% from 6,000 shares, reported previously. With 6,000 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 0 days to cover their CPAAU’s short positions. The stock increased 0.49% or $0.05 on July 22, hitting $10.3. About 35,841 shares traded hands. Conyers Park Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:CPAAU) has risen 6.00% since October 31, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 0.77% the S&P500.
Conyers Park Acquisition Corp. is a blank check company. The company has a market cap of $412.56 million. The Firm is formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. It currently has negative earnings. The Firm intends to focus on the consumer sector and consumer-related businesses.
More notable recent Conyers Park Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:CPAAU) news were published by: Prnewswire.com which released: “Conyers Park Acquisition Corp. Class A Common Stock And Warrants To Commence …” on September 02, 2016, also Prnewswire.com with their article: “Conyers Park Acquisition Corp. Announces Pricing of $375 Million Initial …” published on July 14, 2016, Prnewswire.com published: “Conyers Park Acquisition Corp. Announces Closing of Initial Public Offering” on July 20, 2016. More interesting news about Conyers Park Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:CPAAU) were released by: Prnewswire.com and their article: “Conyers Park Acquisition Corp. Files Registration Statement for Initial Public …” published on June 20, 2016 as well as Law360.com‘s news article titled: “Conyers Park IPO Raises $402M To Pursue Acquisitions” with publication date: July 20, 2016.
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By Linda Rogers