Genting HK halts trading of shares

Casino cruise operator Genting Hong Kong has requested a halt in the trading of its shares on the HKEx pending an announcement relating to the disposal of Norwegian Cruise Line shares, according to a filing from the operator.

Trading in shares in the company will be halted with effect from 9am, November 16, 2017.

Earlier this month, Genting Hong Kong announced that it will be delisting its shares on the Singapore Stock Exchange on April 17, 2018 in order to save costs associated with maintaining a listing in two exchanges.

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