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ADRs End Mixed; Latam Airlines Trades Actively

By Kathryn Hardison


The S&P/BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts fell 0.3% to 137.04. The European index decreased 0.6% to 127.46, the Asian index improved 0.7% to 169.10, the Latin American index fell 2.4% to 175.26 and the emerging markets index increased 0.5% to 285.06.

Latam Airlines Group SA and YPF SA were among the companies with ADRs that traded actively.

ADRs of Latam Airlines Group fell 9.7% after a bankruptcy judge approved $2.75 billion in new loans for the company to partially fund its exit from chapter 11. This follows recent approval of Latam's chapter 11 restructuring plan, which would put $5.4 billion of fresh capital into the Chilean airline. Shares fell roughly 18% in the afternoon.

ADRs YPF fell 6.6% after a bankruptcy judge advanced a $14 billion lawsuit to trial involving YPF and Repsol. Creditors allege the former parent companies of Maxus Energy Corp. stripped the now-defunct subsidiary of its assets and left environmental debts unpaid.

ADRs of United Microelectronics Corp. fell 5% after the company said it received approval from the Science Based Targets initiative for its targets for emissions reduction as it attempts to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.


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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

June 23, 2022 16:25 ET (20:25 GMT)

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