Down 53% since split. Admittedly, USEC's got some added baggage such as a possible secondary offering and reliance on gov't for much needed loan guarantee, but the sequester is also a factor as is the case for PESI. Still timing of drop following reverse split seems more than a coincidence, presenting a selling opportunity for some (like large institutions looking to get out??) that may not have existed (for whatever reason) pre-split. PESI doesn't need this kind of price action and should avoid a reverse split.
Down 60%, but tide may be turning with huge volume yesterday. BTW, no interest in USEC other than for the purpose of drawing a comparison to other companies that have R/S. Just happened to be following it and noted its recent R/S.