Why Is Infobird (IFBD) Stock Up Today?


  • Infobird (IFBD) stock is on the rise with a delayed reverse split.
  • The company intends to enact the split on Monday.
  • Regulatory clearance issues are behind the delay.
IFBD Stock - Why Is Infobird (IFBD) Stock Up Today?

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Infobird (NASDAQ:IFBD) stock is flying higher on Tuesday after the software-as-a-service (SaaS) company announced a delay to a reverse stock split.

Infobird says that it now plans for a reverse stock split to go into effect when markets open on Monday. The company was originally planning for the split to go into effect after markets closed yesterday. That would have seen its shares trading on a split-adjusted basis when markets opened this morning.

Infobird notes that the delayed reverse stock split is the result of it not obtaining regulatory clearances as soon as expected. When the reverse split does go into effect, it will result in eight shares being consolidated into a single share.

How This Affects IFBD Stock Today

Shares of IFBD stock are seeing wild movement on Tuesday morning after announcing its delayed reverse stock split. This has some sources reporting different prices for the stock. For example, Yahoo Finance has shares trading for about $6.27 as of this writing. At that same time, Google Finance is reporting the price of the shares at $22.08. This has IFBD stock up anywhere from 124% to 484% this morning.

All of this likely has investors confused about the true price of IFBD stock. These market issues will likely be sorted out in time. Until then, traders will want to keep an eye on Infobird’s shares.

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