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suspended

(sŭs-pĕnd′ĕd) [L. suspendere, to hang up]
1. Hanging.
2. Temporarily inactive.
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CHINESE conglomerate Fosun International has suspended trading of its shares following a news report that its chairman, one of China's most prominent business leaders, is missing.
Dubai's stock market automatically suspended trading in Arabtec shares on Monday when they dropped by 10 per cent
If you have holdings in the e-commodity series of the National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL), you may have to take physical delivery of the commodity as the exchange has suspended trading in eseries contracts till further notice.
RESTRUCTURING of the national carrier Cyprus Airways (CY) continues, the communications minister said on Monday, as stock market authorities suspended trading of the company's shares for failure to submit an annual report.
Meanwhile, DFM suspended trading on two listed companies that missed the deadline to provide the exchange with full and audited financial statements as per the UAE Securities and commodities Authority (SCA) and DFM requirements.
The Osaka Securities Exchange temporarily suspended trading Monday in all Nikkei Stock Average-linked derivatives because of an unidentified system problem.
We also stated that, as a result of this discovery, Asda had withdrawn certain burger ranges from it shelves (and immediately suspended trading with the supplier, Freeza Meats).
The president's office also ordered private businesses to close, while the Philippine Stock Exchange suspended trading.
But it suspended trading yesterday and laid off 78 of its 88 staff.
The firm has received notification that the NASDAQ Hearings Panel for de-listing its common stock from the NASDAQ Stock Market and has suspended trading in the shares effective at the opening of business on February 28, 2012.
CAIRO: Egypt's stock exchange said in suspended trading in Orascom Construction Industries shares on Tuesday and cancelled the day's trades in the stock after the company announced plans for an early bond repayment.
SAIC Motor Corporation, a China-based car manufacturer, has suspended trading of shares from February 21, 2011.