Sunday, June 26th, 2016

Why is Indy Mac’s stock still trading if FDIC is trying to sell it? If sold, what happen to stock?

negotiation? n of the shares of Indy Mac to 0. 19 now. ? Why? is a? n traded and if FDIC sells the assets or the entire company? aa another buyer, what happens in the actions of the Indy Mac? Completely wiped out?

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One Response to “Why is Indy Mac’s stock still trading if FDIC is trying to sell it? If sold, what happen to stock?”
  1. Felix_FINA4242 says:

    Yes, that is the most likely scenario. However, there is a very small probability that Indy Mac’s current shareholders will keep an ownership share in the company. That is the reason why the stock trades at a value above zero.

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