NYSE American sent the company a notice about its failure to comply with listing standards. That includes failing to regain compliance with Sections 1003(a)(i), (ii) and (iii) after an 18-month period.
Navidea Biopharmaceutical notes that its Board of Directors has decided to appeal the delisting decision. That will result in a meeting with the NYSE Regulation staff to determine if the delisting should continue. The staff may choose against letting NAVB stock remain on the exchange.
What’s Next for NAVB Stock?
Considering the current difficulties the company is facing, it’s entirely possible that its shares will be delisted from the NYSE American Exchange. If that happens, the company has already expressed interest in switching its shares over to the over-the-counter () market. However, until that meeting is done, NAVB will remain on the NYSE American Exchange.
With today’s news comes some 1.3 million shares of NAVB stock changing hands. That’s still well below the company’s daily average trading volume of about 7.5 million shares. Even so, shares of NAVB are falling 12.6% during pre-market trading on Monday morning.
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