I believe most stocks experience a futher decline in their share prices post-consolidation given a share consolidation makes the company appear weak with management not expecting much in terms of company performance over the near term at least, so it's not exactly a fix to stem the tide, though it might help a company avoid getting kicked off exchanges for not meeting listing requirements.

A 1:70 consolidation would add fuel to the fire as that's very large, but presto, 5.60 a share instead of 0.08.

Also, don't you think any U.S. exchange would be reluctant to list KWE after seeing such a big share consolidation.....?