Apple Computer gets OK from Nasdaq for continued listing

“Apple Computer Inc. (AAPL) said Friday that the Nasdaq Stock Market has granted the company’s request for continued listing of its common stock on the exchange on the condition that Apple files its delayed third-quarter report by Dec. 29,” Dow Jones Newswires reports.

Dow Jones, “The Cupertino, Calif., company also said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it must file any required restatements by that date for continued listing.”

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8 Comments

  1. I expect a nominal lift in AAPL during the first trading days of the new year, as wall street exhales a collective sigh and Apple may confidently step up it’s emerging role as a sustained force with a growing niche.

  2. While this is great news, we have to remember that Apple still has to do the restatement of profits. It could be small or it could be a huge restatement; we won’t know until Dec. 29th.

    Either way the current low 80’s stock value that were seeing won’t hold. Apple might get by with a small restatement, but remember they still have to pay taxes on the restatement.
    That alone is enough to drive the stock down.

    Hold on; it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

    MDN word of the day: fact

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