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Signet Plans to Delist from London Stock Exchange

Feb 16, 2016 10:33 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Signet Jewelers announced it plans to delist from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) because of a lack of liquidity for its shares on the bourse and to streamline administration and cut costs associated with maintaining two listings.

The U.S.-based jewelry retailer’s board has “resolved” to apply for the cancellation of standard listing of common shares on the LSE’s Main Market, according to a statement February 16.

The board reviewed the company’s stock-exchange listings last year and found the total trades placed on the LSE in the whole of 2014 equaled around five days of trading on U.S. exchanges. As a result, the board resolved to delist the shares from trading on the LSE.
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