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Norfolk Southern to delist loan notes from NYSE

Norfolk Southern Corp. intends to voluntarily delist some of its loan notes from the New York Stock Exchange and to cancel their registration with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company announced Dec. 6.

The company will file a Form 25 with the securities commission Dec. 18 and expects Dec. 25 to be the last day of trading of the listed notes on the NYSE.

The list of 13 series of loan notes up for delisting and deregistration includes 9.00% notes due March 1, 2021; 3.25% notes due Dec. 1, 2021; 3.00% notes due April 1, 2022; 5.59% notes due May 17, 2025; 7.80% notes due May 15, 2027; 5.64% notes due May 17, 2029; 7.25% notes due Feb. 15, 2031; 7.05% notes due May 1, 2037; 4.837% notes due Oct. 1, 2041; 3.95% notes due Oct. 1, 2042; 7.90% notes due May 15, 2097; 6.00% notes due March 15, 2105; and 6.00% notes due May 23, 2111.

The company said it was delisting the notes because costs and expenses associated with the continued listing and registration were not economically justified, adding that it will not look to list the notes on another exchange.