Friday, October 24, 2014   

Birmingham City stocks suspended
(05-26 18:08)

Shares in Birmingham City's Hong Kong holding company have been suspended, leading to speculation the English football club will be sold.
Birmingham International Holdings said in a filing to the stock exchange that it had requested the suspension in trading pending the release of an announcement relating to price sensitive inside information. Its owner, local businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing, was sentenced to six years in jail for money laundering in March. -- RTHK   
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