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Magnetek, Inc. (“Magnetek” or the “Company”) today provided an update of its ongoing communications with the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”).
Magnetek’s Continued Listing Plan Submitted to the NYSE
The NYSE notified the Company on October 26, 2011, that it is reviewing the Company’s proposed plan for continued listing on the NYSE. The Company had submitted its plan earlier in October 2011 and expects to receive a response from the NYSE within the next week. The NYSE Listings and Compliance Committee may choose, at its discretion, to truncate the plan period for regaining compliance with the NYSE’s continued listing standards from the standard 18 month period, given the Company’s recurrence of having fallen below the continued listing standards.
As previously disclosed in a press release issued and Form 8-K filed in September 2011, Magnetek received a notice from the NYSE that it was considered “below criteria” because the Company’s total average market capitalization over a consecutive 30-day trading period and its most recently reported stockholders’ equity each amounted to less than $50 million.
Below Criteria Notification for Average Share Price
The NYSE further notified the Company on October 26, 2011, that the Company has fallen below the NYSE’s continued listing standard relating to the price of its common stock, which requires a minimum average closing price of $1.00 per share over 30 consecutive trading days. As of October 20, 2011, the 30 trading-day average closing price was $0.98.
The Company has a period of six months (the “cure period”) to bring its average share price back above $1.00. Under the NYSE rules, the Company’s common stock will continue to be listed on the NYSE during the cure period, subject to the Company’s compliance with the other continued listing requirements. The Company plans to notify the NYSE within 10 days of receipt of the letter that it intends to cure the deficiency. The Company is not required to submit a business plan to the NYSE pertaining to the average share price.