Tuesday, October 26, 1999

TRISTATE MARKET SPOTLIGHT


Nasdaq prepares to drop LanVision

        Shares of LanVision Systems Inc. fell 15 cents, or more than 16 percent, Monday to close at 811/4 cents.

        The medical information company said Monday that the Nasdaq National Market has started delisting procedures because LanVision has fallen below its standards of having at least $5 million in market value outside of insiders' hands.

        The Mason-based firm currently has a market capitalization of $7.18 million, 59 percent of which is held by board members. LanVision said it thinks that its noncompliance is temporary and is appealing.

       



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