Amsterdam Stock Exchange: Spyker Out

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Dutch luxury and supercar company Spyker released a statement on its removal from the Amsterdam stock exchange on September 13.

Spyker has had setbacks that pushed the stock exchange to caution investors a couple of years ago, during which Saab assumed control and later faced bankruptcy.

The company will have to show its economic stability with a deadline in September but it seems unfeasible. According to the statement, Spyker has made reformative steps but has not improved to a level that it can go back to the market.

Spyker C8 at the Amsterdam car show in 2005.
Photo taken by BabyNuke/ Wikimedia Commons

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