facebookHi! I am concerned about the potential delisting of China stocks on the US market. What would happen to my shares? Would it drop in value? Should I transfer to a secondary market instead (like HK)? - Seedly
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Anonymous

03 Dec 2020

Hi! I am concerned about the potential delisting of China stocks on the US market. What would happen to my shares? Would it drop in value? Should I transfer to a secondary market instead (like HK)?

What would happen to my shares with a potential delisting of China stocks on the US market?

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    What are your thoughts?

    If the stock is also traded on HKEX then don't worry as you can exchange it. If it's only traded on US market, then abit dangerous

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      OPINON

      shouldn't be too concern. basically US just wanna make sure the numbers reported by chinese companies are correct. And US give china 3years to comply. Delisting dont happen overnight , 3 yrs. And Xi is very accomodating to work things out. Inaddition now is Biden, no more Trump, who is also more accomodating to china. So i view it as a buying opportunity.

      But again, if after 3yrs really delist happen, which i highly doubt it will. According to my limited knoweldge.

      1) The share maybe become OTC, which only some of the brokerage got this function. Which means volume will be low harder to trade.

      2) OR they decide to privatize & offer to buy back ur shares at a discounted price.​​​

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