To remove from a list, especially from a list of securities traded on a stock exchange.
Delisted the stock.
To remove (a name or item) from a list, directory, or catalog; specif., to remove (a company's stock) from the register of stocks approved for trading on an exchange.
To remove a company from a U.S. stock exchange. Exchanges delist companies if the company’s stock falls lower than a minimum closing price, often $1, for a certain period of time. Exchanges also have minimum market capitalization levels.
To remove from an official register or list.
When the company failed to file its financial statements, it was delisted by the Stock Exchange.
Origin of delist
- de- + list