Just when some small banking companies have begun to recover, they have been hit with another headache: removal from the Nasdaq stock market, which could reduce the visibility and liquidity of their shares.

In recent weeks some bank stocks have been delisted for failing to meet the market's $1 minimum bid price requirement, and as Nasdaq cracks down, other banks are choosing to delist voluntarily before they get kicked out.

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