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- Published: 28 October 2008
- Last Updated: 29 October 2008
- Created: 28 October 2008
Under the NYSE listing requirements, stocks that trade below $1.05 over a 30-day average, or fall below the minimum market capitalization of $75 million, risk delisting.
GateHouseâ€™s stock has not traded above $1 since July 23, according to Editor and Publisher magazine. At the end of trading Monday, the stock closed at 0.06 cents a share.
GateHouse is not the only ailing newspaper stock. The New York Times Company, publisher of the Boston Globe, recently announced dividend cuts in the wake of their credit rating being lowered to junk bond status.Â
So far this year, the NYSE has delisted two other newspapers companies, the Sun-Times Media Group and Journal Register Company.