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de-listingnoun [C or U]

also delisting uk   us   STOCK MARKET
a situation in which a company's shares stop being traded on a stock market: Illegal dealing in the company's shares led to its de-listing from the main market. Last month saw the lowest monthly total of delistings in the past year.
(Definition of de-listing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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