YELLOW PAGES LTD COMMON SHARES (OTCMKTS:YLWDF) Sellers Declined By 0.02% Their Shorts

June 29, 2018 - By Maria Fierro

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Change of 0.02% for YELLOW PAGES LTD COMMON SHARES (OTCMKTS:YLWDF)’s shorted shares was registered. In June was published YLWDF’s total 665,900 shorted shares by FINRA. The down change of 0.02% from 666,000 shares was reported. Previous YLWDF’s position will need 6659 days to recover. It has 100 average volume. Float short on YELLOW PAGES LTD COMMON SHARES is 3.59%.

$6.5671 was the last price.Since June 29, 2017 it’s 0.00% down thus . The stock underperformed the S&P500 by 12.57%.

Yellow Pages Limited operates as a digital media and marketing solutions firm in Canada.The firm is valued at $164.03 million. The firm offers marketing solutions comprising digital and traditional marketing products, such as online and mobile priority placement, content syndication, search engine solutions, Website fulfillment, social media campaign management, digital display advertising, video production, and print advertising to small and medium-sized enterprises.Currently it has negative earnings. The Company’s digital media properties comprise YP, which allows users to discover their local neighborhoods through merchant profiles and relevant editorial content; YP Shopwise, a mobile application offering geo-localized deals and flyers, as well as access to product catalogues; RedFlagDeals.com, a well-known provider of online and mobile promotions, deals, coupons, and shopping forums; ComFree/DuProprio that offers homeowners a service to market and sell their homes; Yellow Pages NextHome, a well-known provider of information in making informed home buying, selling, and/or renting decisions; and YP Dine, a mobile application that allows users to discover, search for, and book local restaurants based on time of day, mood, purpose, and expert suggestions.

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