On Monday, Shares of Great Basin Scientific Inc (NASDAQ:GBSN), subtract -56.97% and closed at $0.0602 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $0.06 and $0.14. The company’s Market capitalization is $48,369.00 with the total Outstanding Shares of 803,4037.00. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $0.06 and reached to max level of $45,025.21. Great Basin Scientific, Inc. (GBSN), a molecular diagnostics company, announced today that its common stock will begin trading on the OTC Market Group’s OTCQB marketplace effective at the open of the market on October 11, 2016. The trading symbol will remain GBSN.
As previously announced, a Nasdaq Hearings Panel had granted the Company an extension of time to demonstrate compliance with the $35 million market value of listed securities requirement for continued listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market, as set forth in Nasdaq Listing Rule 5550(b), through October 10, 2016. The Company was not able to demonstrate compliance by that date. As a result, Nasdaq advised the Company that trading in its common stock would be suspended. In view of this potentiality, the Company had previously filed an application with OTC Markets Group to have the Company’s common stock quoted for trading on the OTCQB marketplace, which was subsequently approved.
The Company will continue to file all applicable reports with the SEC subject to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL), jumped 2.11% and closed at $39.77 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $39.19 and $39.95. The company’s Market capitalization is $29.05 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 748.91 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $32.60 and reached to max level of $52.70. Delta Air Lines (DAL) will begin daily nonstop service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) on April 24, 2017. Flights will be operated using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft, making Delta the only airline to offer full flat-bed seats in First Class on this route frequented by customers in government, defense, entertainment and consulting services.
Delta operates 54 peak-day flights to 11 destinations from DCA. Because of DCA’s perimeter rule, only 20 roundtrip flights beyond 1,250 nautical miles are made available to commercial carriers. To provide service to the West Coast, Delta will reallocate one of its two “beyond-perimeter” roundtrip flights from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles. At the same time, the airline will begin service from Washington-Dulles to Salt Lake City, maintaining the number of total seats Delta offers between the D.C. area and Salt Lake City.
“As a Delta hub, Salt Lake City is a critical part of Delta’s domestic and international network, connecting the Mountain West with service to all parts of the U.S. and beyond,” said Andrea Newman, Delta’s Senior Vice President – Government Affairs. “Delta’s preference would be to maintain two roundtrip flights to Salt Lake City from DCA but is unable to do so without a change to federal statute. We believe that new ‘beyond-perimeter’ slots would assist to create new jobs and economic growth through new business and tourism opportunities in addition to lowering ticket prices and benefitting consumers through raised competition.”