WeTrade reveals in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it has secured approval from a majority of shareholders for this change. The company notes that this will see it change its name from WeTrade to Next Technology.
To go along with this name change is a ticker change for shares of WETG stock. The company says that it will switch its shares from that ticker to its new NXTT stock ticker. It doesn’t say when this change will go into effect.
WeTrade notes that it got written approval from shareholders owning 50.5% of WETG stock to enact these changes. As such, the company doesn’t intend to hold a shareholder meeting to vote on the matter.
How This Affects WETG Stock Today
News of the name and stock ticker change initially saw shares of WETG fall in pre-market trading today. The stock was sliding as much as 20% lower at that time.
Now the shares have mostly recovered from that dip with the stock only being don 2.4% as of Monday morning. That still builds on an 8.7% fall for the shares during normal trading hours on Friday.
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