The Belize company with a stock price that went from 6 cents a share to over $21, washalted by the SEC. It fell to $2.10 on Friday, its first trading day after a 10-day suspension.
Cynk shares bounced between $1 and $2 a share.
At one time, the market capitalization rose to $6 billion. Technically not a “penny stock” at that time.
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