6 December 2019

Lock-up ends for 11.7 bln yuan worth of shares, website says

More than 11.7 billion yuan (US$1.92 billion) worth of shares will become eligible for trading in mainland China this week after the regulatory lock-up period expires, news portal reported Sunday, citing the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges. The amount is about 60 percent lower than a week earlier. A combined 1.69 billion worth of shares from 25 listed companies, or 0.45 percent of A shares in the lock-up, will be released to the market, the report said.

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