MILAN, Ill. -- Eagle Food Centers here said it will propose a reverse stock split to its shareholders at the company's June 27 annual meeting.
y, Eagle common stock trades on the exchange under a temporary exemption Nasdaq granted in February. Eagle has until July 3, when the emption is scheduled to expire, to lift its stock above $1.
Late last week, the stock was trading at 54 cents per share, and a company spokesman told SN Eagle was confident the reverse split would bring the price of ...
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