This while speculative as the author admits suggests the possibility that they might need or want cash to market breva which could mean a placement which would be dilutional. They have 9m cash on board. Companies sell shares only if they need or want cash and believe they can do more with the cash than its cost. And they believe the stock is fairly or over valued not undervalued in which case they re purchase if they can afford or do nothing.
So this might indeed be dilution for growth. But i don't understand why they would stop trading. I'm puzzled. I also don't know if Australian companies have a different protocol from USA companies. This is ambiguous. But short lived at least. Any thoughts?