HONG KONG, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Trading in shares of CITIC Pacific was suspended on Friday after local media reported China's securities watchdog will join Hong Kong authorities to investigate suspected unauthorised currency trading. The suspension was pending a price senstitive announcement, the Hong Kong exchange said. Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) said earlier this month that a formal investigation had been launched into possible unauthorised currency trading by ...
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