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2021-01-08: Publicly traded companies from the Armed Republic of Auze have been delisted from the SLU Stock Exchange following their support of the coup government in Social Liberal Union. "Their refusal to support the legitimate government of the Social Liberal Union is unconscionable," said Minister Firenze of the North American Republics.
| 2020-04-12: The Social Liberal Union Stock Exchange faced its largest one-day loss on "Bloody Easter" since June 2013. Concerns over the conflict in Noirmarche, including trade route disruption, have been raised after Rossia implemented a Northern trade route blockade.
| 2019-11-02: Jyskluft (JYLU) continues its slide down after losing a major cross-SLU shipping contract to ERTEK Industrier (ERI) on October 24th. The $168.5 million/year quote offered by ERI proved to be too enticing to NAR based Chi-Toys Co-op and Johnson and Jeffrey, two giants that often collaborate on international transportation expenses.
| 2019-09-29: Bradley Machinery Company faces rocky future. Courellian infrastructure plan will lessen supply chain issue, but the five year timeline has stalled any new investments into the company with the price dropping 0.65% since September 9th.
| 2019-08-29: Johnson and Jeffrey expected to distribute $1 million to current and former employees as part of court decision. CEO Thomas Halpert expected to stay on. Economic Development Council calling for overhaul of corporate structure.
| 2019-08-20: A government shakeup in Ramelia has made industrial stocks skitish with prices dropping over 1% nearly across the sector with Rio Gold (RIGO) posting its single largest one day drop of 2.57% and a combined 4.66% drop over the past two days.
| 2019-08-09: Stock prices took a 50% haircut today after the Chairman of the Union Reserve ordered 2:1 splits across all companies listed on the SLU Stock Exchange. "In order to provide an inclusive environment for investors, the forced split was necessary," said Chairman Berenike.