Workhorse (WKHS) Stock Plunges 11% on 1-for-20 Reverse Stock Split

  • Workhorse (WKHS) stock is down on Thursday on plans for a reverse split.
  • That will see the company consolidate 20 shares into a single share.
  • It’s doing so to meet the minimum bid price to maintain its listing.
WKHS Stock - Workhorse (WKHS) Stock Plunges 11% on 1-for-20 Reverse Stock Split

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Workhorse (NASDAQ:WKHS) stock is a hot topic on Thursday after the technology company announced plans for a 1-for-20 reverse stock split.

Workhorse is moving forward with plans for a reverse stock split after getting approval from investors during its 2024 Annual Shareholder Meeting. Stockholders approved the board of directors’ ability to enact a reverse stock split ranging from 1-for-10 to 1-for-20.

With that approval, 20 shares of WKHS stock will be consolidated into a single share when markets open on June 17. The shares will continue to trade under the same ticker after the reverse split.

What’s Behind the WKHS Reverse Stock Split?

Workhorse is enacting this reverse stock split to boost the price of WKHS shares. It’s doing this to regain compliance with listing requirements for the Nasdaq Exchange. Currently, the stock doesn’t meet the $1 minimum bid needed to maintain its listing.

Workhorse notes that it has until Sept 16 to regain compliance with this Nasdaq rule. This will require its shares to trade above the $1 minimum for at least 10 consecutive days.

WKHS stock is down 10.9% as of Thursday morning. It’s also seen some 13 million shares change hands. That’s closing in on its daily average trading volume of about 16 million units.

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