Goodbye FB, Hello Meta on the Nasdaq Exchange

The ticker change goes into effect before trading June 9

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At the start of trading June 9, Facebook parent Meta will be listed on the Nasdaq exchange as Meta, replacing FB, which it had used since then-Facebook’s initial public offering in May 2012.

Roundhill Investments, which had been using the Meta ticker for its Roundhill Ball Metaverse ETF (exchange-traded fund), relinquished the symbol in January.

Facebook revealed last October that it was changing its name to Meta, saying at the time that its symbol would change to MVRS, but the Meta ticker was not available at the time.

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