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During the year, Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges took regulatory measures against 3,478 abnorm

Date: 2022-07-26
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Recently, the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges have continuously strengthened supervision in response to the company's disclosure of sensitive information or obvious abnormal stock prices.

 

According to the statistics of Securities Daily reporters, as of July 24th, Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges took self-regulatory measures on 405 abnormal securities transactions in July. In addition, the Shanghai Stock Exchange requires listed companies to disclose 49 supplementary and correction announcements; Disciplinary action was taken against 11 violations of information disclosure and standardized operation by Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

 

Judging from the situation during the year, since the beginning of this year, the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges have taken self-regulatory measures against 3,478 abnormal securities transactions, with an average of about 496 cases per month. Listed companies in Shanghai Stock Exchange are required to disclose 641 supplementary and correction announcements, with an average of 91 per month. Disciplinary action was taken against 102 cases of information disclosure and standard operation violations in Shenzhen Stock Exchange, with an average of 14 cases per month.

 

Shao Wenli, a lawyer of Shanghai Henglong Law Firm, said in an interview with Securities Daily that information disclosure has become the focus of supervision. This year, Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges strengthened the supervision and punishment of information disclosure, which can not only compact the information disclosure responsibility of listed companies, protect investors' right to know, but also curb speculation and guide rational transactions.

 

'Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges have strengthened the linkage supervision of information disclosure and abnormal stock prices.' Zhang Cuixia, the chief investment consultant of Jufeng Investment, told the Securities Daily that information disclosure irregularities often lead to incomplete information disclosure and inadequate risk disclosure, which not only damages the image of listed companies, but also often leads to insider trading and other irregularities. Some shareholders or individuals will use improper information disclosure to conduct insider trading or stock price manipulation, seriously damaging the interests of small and medium investors.

 

Recently, the Shanghai Stock Exchange has continued to focus on monitoring stocks with serious abnormal fluctuations such as *ST Botian, delisted stocks such as Haiyi and convertible bonds with serious abnormal fluctuations; Focus on monitoring 'Zhongtong Bus' and 'Ganneng Shares' with abnormal increase in Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

 

Zhang Cuixia said, 'Some hot stocks are mainly monitored by the exchange, which means that there are certain potential risks, and it is likely that the stock price will fall. Therefore, investors should pay attention to the regulatory trends in a timely manner and carefully participate in the abnormal fluctuation stock trading.'

 

Xia Hailong, a lawyer of Shanghai Shenlun Law Firm, told the Securities Daily that comprehensive information disclosure is the foundation to protect investors' interests and promote the sound development of the securities market. Investors should pay more attention to the operation of enterprises themselves, especially the financial and legal information disclosure risks of listed companies, so as to avoid stepping on the thunder.


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