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ADP To Withdraw CSE Listing, Retains Nasdaq Listing

Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) said Wednesday that it plans to voluntarily withdraw the listing of its common stock from the Chicago Stock Exchange.

The company also said its common stock will continue to be listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market.

The company said it has decided to withdraw its listing from the Chicago Stock Exchange to streamline operations and eliminate duplicative administrative requirements and costs inherent with dual listings. The withdrawal is expected to be effective within the next month.

The company does not believe that withdrawing its listing from the Chicago Stock Exchange will have any impact on the liquidity of its common stock. The Chicago Stock Exchange will continue to trade ADP common stock on an unlisted trading privilege basis.

by RTT Staff Writer

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