Neptune requests stock suspension on junket news

Neptune Group, an investor in junkets in Macau, has asked for its shares to be suspended from trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange from June 1st.

In an exchange filing, the company said the suspension was “pending the release of an announcement in relation to the termination of business of one of the junket operators of the group.”

It gave no further details.

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