The common stock of Radius Recycling, formerly Schnitzer Steel Industries, will start trading on NASDAQ under the symbol ‘RDUS’ at the open of market trading on Sept. 1.
The Portland, Ore.-based scrap recycler and long steel producer said on Aug. 30 ‘RDUS’ will replace its current ticker symbol ‘SCHN,’ adding that the new ticker symbol aligns with the rebranding from Schnitzer Steel to Radius Recycling announced in July.
Radius noted that no action is required by existing shareholders with respect to the ticker symbol change.
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