MCOM Stock Alert: The $9.25 Million Reason Is Up Today


  • (MCOM) stock is climbing higher on Monday after settling debt.
  • That reduces its debt by $9.25 million.
  • With that, the company only has $5.75 million in debt.
MCOM Stock - MCOM Stock Alert: The $9.25 Million Reason Is Up Today

Source: csikiphoto / (NASDAQ:MCOM) stock is rising higher on Monday after the transportation company succeeded in reducing its debt by $9.25 million. reached an agreement with lenders to forgive its outstanding debt, as well as all accrued and unpaid interest. The company notes that this reduces its total debt from $15 million to $5.75 million.

Gian Luca Spriano, interim Chief Financial Officer of, said the following about the debut reduction news:

“This restructuring is a testament to our strategic financial planning and execution. The reduction in debt enhances our balance sheet and positions us for accelerated growth. We’re now better equipped to focus on our core business objectives and drive towards long-term profitability.”

MCOM Stock Reactions on Monday

Following news of its debut reduction, shares of MCOM stock are seeing heavy trading on Monday morning. As of this writing, more than 2 million shares of the stock have been traded. To put that in perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 532,000 shares.

MCOM stock is up 1% as of Monday morning. Investors will note the shares are down 99.9% year-to-date as of Friday’s close.

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