Luckin Stock Falls on Decision to Stop Fighting NASDAQ Delisting

Trader Fred DeMarco works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Feb. 28, 2020. Global stock markets are falling further on spreading virus fears. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Luckin Coffee (LK) dug itself quite a hole.

Not only did the company commit accounting fraud after scheming to produce millions of dollars in fictional revenue, Luckin Chairman Charles Lu allegedly sent an e-mail to employees, telling them to commit fraudulent acts.

Now, it just announced it would no longer fight the NASDAQ’s decision to delist the stock.  In fact, as of. Monday, LK will be suspended.  Ten days after that, the NASDAQ will file Form 25 with the SEC, says Barron’s, and LK will officially be delisted.

On June 24, 2020, the Company notified the Listing Qualifications Staff of the Company’s decision to withdraw its request for the aforementioned hearing and not to seek to reverse or stay the Listing Qualification Staff’s determination of delisting the Company from the Nasdaq Global Select Market.




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