An American Depositary Receipt (ADR) is a financial instrument that is used to represent one or more shares of stock in a foreign company.

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Stock stopped trading, what does this mean?

In December I bought ~30 shares of VOLVY (https://www.google.com/finance?cid=608656). On January 7th it looks like all trading stopped and my broker (TradeKing) says that this is now a worthless ...
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What's going to happen to my delisted ADR shares?

As the title says, my ADR is delisting. It's going OTC. In such a situation would my shares, which I have with my bank's discount brokerage, normally automatically convert to the OTC shares and ...
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How to get underlying stock from ADR

How can I get the underlying stock from an ADR? What are the fees and general bureaucracy to archive this. Does this depend on the ADR emitting bank, or is a generalized process?
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How are ADRs priced?

How is the price of an American Depository Receipt (ADR) determined? An American Depository Receipt is a receipt that a non-U.S. share is held by a bank on behalf of the receipt holder. If you hold ...
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Am I exposed to currency risk when I invest in shares of a foreign company that are listed domestically?

If a multinational firm based in country A is listed in both country A and country B, and I invest in this firm as a resident of country B through country B's stock exchange, either through something ...
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Should an ADR that is being delisted be sold off?

Recently I received notice that an ADR from a stable company (i.e. NZT) is going to be delisted from the NYSE to save on the administrative costs. The company itself is solid and regularly distributes ...
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Will ADR holder be taxed twice

Take STD ADR for example STD ADR Shareholder Remuneration Since I will invest through local broking firm from my home country (Malaysia), it is not possible for me to claim back tax from US and ...
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ADR listed in PINK

I am interested to invest in Tesco. It will be easier for me to invest through US stock market instead of UK. I was wondering, is it correct for me to buy ADR TSCDY listed in PINK? As I recently ...
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What is the fee charged for ADRs, which is deducted when dividends are paid?

My brokerage charges me a fee to hold ADRs; this fee is deducted anytime the ADRs pay dividends. I'm told that this is a standard fee and could not be negotiated. Is this fee truly carved in stone, ...
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Are share prices for a company which is listed on multiple exchanges, under multiple currencies, kept in synch?

If a company is listed on two exchanges, say, with share prices in both USD and EUR, are the prices kept in synch with each other, or allowed to float independently? If the prices are coordinated, how ...
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Is owning ADR share for a good idea for long term investor

I am pretty new to ADR concept. Just that recently, I realize by owning ADR, I will be charged an amount of fee. http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/06/adrdepositorybank.asp How frequent the ...
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Does owning BP ADR from US stock market required to pay custody fees

Helo, I am a Malaysia investor. Recently, I invest in BP ADR from US market, through my local broking firm. I was wondering, whether owning BP ADR, requires me to pay custody fee. What my ...
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Is there extra risk in owning an ADR vs. the underlying stock?

One of my favorite on-again-off-again recovery plays is Mittal Steel (NYSE: MT). I buy the MT ADR there (American Depositary Receipt) because I live in the US. Am I exposing myself to any extra risk ...
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Will ADR owner enjoy same benefit as common shares holders

Currently, I would like to invest in the stock of HSBC. Details on Google Finance Details on Yahoo Finance I am not sure whether I should purchase from the Hong Kong or US stock market. What I know ...