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China halts stock trading in extended Lunar New Year holiday as deadly coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan takes its toll

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s financial regulators will suspend trading on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges in an extended halt of one of Asia’s largest capital markets following a deadly viral outbreak.The Shanghai stock market, which has been shut since January 23, will resume trading on February 3, in keeping with an extended Lunar New Year public holiday ordered by the State Council, according to a statement by the bourse.The smaller Shenzhen exchange in southern China will observe a similar suspension,…

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China’s financial regulators will suspend trading on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges in an extended halt of one of Asia’s largest capital markets following a deadly viral outbreak.The Shanghai stock market, which has been shut since January 23, will resume trading on February 3, in keeping with an extended Lunar New Year public holiday ordered by the State Council, according to a statement by the bourse.The smaller Shenzhen exchange in southern China will observe a similar suspension,…

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