That notice comes from the New York Stock Exchange and has to do with the price of SONX stock. The problem the exchange has with SONX shares is how long they have been trading below the $1 minimum bid price.
Sonendo has clarified that it intends to respond to the non-compliance notice within 10 business days. The company also notes it will seek to alleviate the price deficiency by seeking approval from shareholders for actions to do so at its next meeting.
While Sonendo doesn’t mention a reverse stock split, that’s most likely how it will increase the price of its shares. This is a common tactic used by companies that are in danger of being delisted due to a low bid price. It consolidates shares to increase the price of the stock without affecting market capitalization.
SONX Stock Movement
It might seem strange that SONX stock is up alongside the delisting notice news, but there is a reason. The company’s shares initially dropped 55.6% when the news was announced yesterday. That means today’s gains are simply the stock bouncing back from the major drop in price.
SONX stock is up 37.8% as of Wednesday morning but was down 85.5% year-to-date as of yesterday’s close.
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