Investor FAQ 

 

1.What did Express announce?

  • As of March 6, 2024, Express common stock is no longer trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
  • The Company’s common stock now trades on the over-the-counter market (“pink sheets”) under the symbol “EXPR”.

 

2. Is Express still a publicly traded company?

  • Yes. Express remains a publicly traded company and remains subject to the SEC’s reporting requirements.
  • Express stock is trading on the over-the-counter market under the symbol “EXPR”.

 

3. Can I still buy or sell shares of Express?

  • Express stock is trading on the over-the-counter market under the symbol “EXPR”.
  • Stocks trading on an over-the-counter market can be bought and sold through many brokers, just like they can on the NYSE or any other exchange.

 

4. Why did the Company stop trading on the NYSE?

  • As of March 6, 2024, the NYSE determined that Express no longer met the NYSE’s requirements for maintaining an equity listing on the NYSE.

 

5. Does this impact the Company’s operations?

  • This has no impact on our day-to-day business operations.