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$12b in restricted shares to hit market

(Global Times)

08:13, June 04, 2012

According to the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges, a total of 77.2 billion yuan ($ 12.12 billion) of restricted shares will be made tradable in June. This is the fourth straight month for the two bourses to see the market value of newly tradable stocks fall below the 100 billion yuan mark.

Specifically, in June, the Shanghai Stock Exchange will see 42.4 billion yuan in new tradable stocks, while Shenzhen's main board and small and medium enterprises board will see 14.1 billion yuan and 15.3 billion yuan respectively in new stocks.

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