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November 26, 2012
08:05 EDTATV, METAcorn International announces cooperation agreement with MetLife
Acorn International (ATV) announced that Acorn has entered into an Insurance Business Cooperation Agreement with Sino-US United MetLife Insurance, a joint venture company established by certain wholly-owned subsidiaries of MetLife and Shanghai Alliance Investment. Pursuant to the agreement in effect as of August 29, 2012, Acorn and MetLife will jointly promote and sell short-term accident insurance and health insurance to Acorn's customers within designated provinces in China.
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November 30, 2015
11:32 EDTATVNYSE to bust Acorn International trades between 9:32 and 9:46 am ET
NYSE, in conjunction with other UTP exchanges, has ruled to bust all trades executed in Acorn International on NYSE between 09:32:00 and 09:46:00 ET today, at or below $2.88. This ruling is not eligible for appeal. Due to the 1 for 6.66 share reverse split in Acorn International, shares of ATV were erroneously priced at 48c instead of approximately $3.20. The NYSE will re-open trading in ATV at 12:00 ET, NYSE stated in a trader update.
09:52 EDTATVAcorn International trading halted, pending news
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November 19, 2015
07:38 EDTATVAcorn International changing its ADS-to-share ratio
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November 18, 2015
07:01 EDTMETMetLife says will support Trans-Pacific Partnership
Steven A. Kandarian, chairman, president and CEO of MetLife, issued the following statement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a free trade agreement among 12 nations of the Pacific Rim. "After analyzing the text of the TPP, MetLife will support the agreement and seek congressional support for its ratification. As one of the largest life insurers in the world with operations in nearly 50 countries, MetLife has four key priorities in assessing any trade deal: improved market access, a level competitive playing field, ease of cross-border data flows, and regulatory transparency. The TPP makes meaningful progress on all of them. We are confident that ratification of the TPP will lead to faster economic growth, greater choice and lower costs for consumers in the markets where we do business, and more high-paying jobs in the U.S. The agreement is not perfect - no trade deal is - but on balance the TPP represents a significant step in the right direction and deserves to be ratified."

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