Delisting

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Delisting

Removal of a company's security from listing on an exchange because the firm has not abided by specific regulations.

Delisting

The removal of a stock from trading on an exchange. Delisting occurs when a publicly-traded company violates the exchange's rules, or, more commonly, when the company ceases to meet listing requirements. For example, when a company's market capitalization falls below a certain level, it is in danger of delisting.
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What do we know about delistings? A survey of the literature.
Bortolon and Silva (2015) pointed out that, in the Brazilian stock market, delistings can happen through two modes regulated by Instructions 287/1998 and 361/2002 of the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM).
During the time frame of this study, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ Stock Market (NASDAQ) reported the highest number of delistings in nearly a decade.
As Table 3 indicates, the most delistings occurred from NASDAQ (N=210, 45%), followed by NYSE (N=139, 29.8%) and AMEX (N=118, 25.3%).
At least 1,600 wolves now populate the northern Rockies, although last year the population fell by a disturbing 7 percent, primarily because of 2011 delistings in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho and the recreational hunting that resulted.
That's a start, but the agency should go further by ensuring that its plans receive a rigorous peer review that focuses on the science and not the politics of delisting.
The greater number of delistings stemmed from bankruptcies of companies that took blows from the anemic economy as well as mergers and acquisitions, the officials said.
When the delistings were first proposed, however, only two of the eight species had completely met all their respective recovery criteria.
A Grupo Salinas spokesman rejected the assertion that the delistings were related to the fraud charges, Bloomberg News reported.
Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) is consulting the market on rule changes to two aspects of voluntary delistings, namely the voluntary delisting resolution and the exit offer.
Consider carefully the appropriate and effective responses to the prospect of a delisting.
Thomas, CFO of Siemens, stated: "Following the delisting of Siemens ADS from the New York Stock Exchange in mid-May 2014 and the SEC deregistration in August, the delisting from the Swiss and London Stock Exchanges is the logical next step.