Cazoo warrants delisted on NYSE

The New York Stock Exchange has announced that it is to delist the warrants of used car dealer group Cazoo, each whole warrant exercisable for one Class A ordinary share from the NYSE. Trading in Cazoo’s warrants will be suspended immediately.

One year market summary of Cazoo to Jan 4th 2023

In finance, a warrant is a security that entitles the holder to buy or sell stock, typically the stock of the issuing company, at a fixed price called the exercise price.

Trading in the Company’s Class A ordinary shares — ticker symbol CZOO — will continue on the NYSE.

Published by Greg Whitaker

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