thinking that it is shorts' falut. It is actually the de-listing news making the splash. In UK, the news brought NUS share price down to 38c presetnly (24p), at one point today it was trading at 16p (!!!!) means 25.3CAN cents.
40% down on this "horrible" news? Really? That would imply that the cancellaton cost is 40M, and NUS market capitalisation of 60M (20-25m below cash on hands).
The irrational market cased by panic thinking. NUS, lately, became "bad news company", even relatively neutral step perceived as going down one.