A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP
A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP

China Unicom

Hong Kong stocks cap volatile day on New York Stock Exchange’s muddled plan to delist Chinese telecoms trio

  • The Hang Seng Index edged up 0.2 per cent, while Shanghai Composite gained 0.6 per cent; IPO debutants were mixed
  • NYSE is said to be thinking about sticking back to its original plan to delist Chinese telecoms giants if their units are on the US blacklist

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A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP
A view from an unoccupied NYSE trading floor in March 2020. The New York Stock Exchange is mulling a second U-turn about its plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, whipsawing markets. Photo: AP
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