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VEV Stock Alert: Vicinity Motor Receives Nasdaq Delisting Warning


  • Vicinity Motor (VEV) stock is falling on Wednesday after getting a delisting notice.
  • This notice is due to its shares trading below the $1 minimum.
  • The company has 180 days to get its stock back above that price.
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Vicinity Motor (NASDAQ:VEV) stock is falling on Wednesday after the bus manufacturing company received a non-compliance notice from the Nasdaq Exchange.

The notice comes from the Nasdaq due to the company’s shares trading below $1 each for the prior 30 business days. That has it breaking Listing Rule 5810(c)(3)(A), which requires shares to maintain a minimum bid price of $1.

With this notice, the Nasdaq is giving Vicinity Motor 180 days to regain compliance before its shares are delisted. If it can’t do that, the company may be granted another 180-day period to get its share price back above $1.

Vicinity Motor has to do a little more than just get its stock back above the $1 minimum to remain listed. The company must close out 10 consecutive business days in a row with its shares above the $1 price to remove the danger of delisting.

What This Means for VEV Stock

Today’s news doesn’t have any immediate effect on VEV stock. Even so, investors aren’t happy about the company getting a delisting warning. While it hasn’t sparked heavy trading of the shares, the company’s stock is down 1.3% as of Wednesday morning.

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