Weyerhaeuser voluntarily delists from Chicago, will remain on NYSEStaff Writer | June 29, 2017
Weyerhaeuser Company announced that it plans to voluntarily withdraw its common stock, par value $1.25 per share, from listing on the Chicago Stock Exchange.
Stock exchange To eliminate the costs and duplicative requirements
The decision to voluntarily withdraw from listing on the Chicago Stock Exchange was made to eliminate the costs and duplicative administrative requirements associated with dual listings.
The withdrawal is expected to be effective on or approximately July 20, 2017. The Chicago Stock Exchange will continue trading Weyerhaeuser's common stock on an unlisted trading privilege basis. ■