Silicom to add Tel Aviv listing

Silicom Ltd. said it was approved to list its shares on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in addition to its current listing on the Nasdaq in New York.

By SUSAN LERNER
December 25, 2005 08:30

 
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Silicom Ltd. said it was approved to list its shares on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in addition to its current listing on the Nasdaq in New York. Trading on the TASE will begin on December 27 and Silicom's shares will be included in the TASE's Tel-Tech index. The provider of high-performance network connectivity solutions expects the move to expand and diversify its investor base and raise the daily trading volume and liquidity of the stock.

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