The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP

Chinese companies face limited ratings risk if they are forced to delist by the US: S&P

  • Of rated Chinese firms with primary US listings, only one faces potential default triggers, according to S&P
  • US has proposed rules that would require foreign issuers to delist if they do not share audits for review by January 2022

Topic |   Banking & Finance
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
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