Monday, January 02, 2006

ZAP Receives Warning from Pacific Stock Exchange

Source: Business Wire
[Dec 28, 2005]

SYNOPSIS: The notification does not in itself result in delisting of the Company's securities. ZAP will need to adhere to certain compliance criteria in order to continue trading on the PCX exchange.
SANTA ROSA, Calif.--Dec. 28, 2005--Automotive Pioneer ZAP (PCX:ZP) announced that it has been advised by PCX Equities (PCXE), a subsidiary of the Pacific Exchange (the PCXE staff), that the Company is currently not in compliance with the PCXE's listing requirements for share bid price set forth in the PCXE Rule 5.5(h)(4).

The notification does not in itself result in delisting of the Company's securities. ZAP will need to adhere to certain compliance criteria in order to continue trading on the PCX exchange. "We are exploring a variety of options to address this situation. We will be working diligently with PCXE to facilitate their review of the Company's listing eligibility," stated Mr. Steven M. Schneider, CEO of ZAP.

ZAP will be submitting written material to the PCXE by January 9, 2006 which will outline their plans to regain compliance and maintain an active status on the Pacific Exchange, including an updated business plan, corporate investor relations strategy and various other initiatives the Company is taking. A review will take place on January 19, 2006 by PCXE. ZAP will continue to trade on the PCXE under the ticker symbol ZP until further notice.

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1 comment:

FreeStocksTips said...

At one point ZP was up 23% today.

Here's a press release just out:
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060103/20060103005585.html?.v=1

ZP has been hit hard over the last several months, and it's either going to go away and be delisted or make a huge comback. What do you think? Would you buy this high risk stock in light of that fact that it would return 1000% if it returned to it's 52 week high soon?