Recently, the Shanghai Stock Exchange (the “SSE”) and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (the “SZSE”) restricted trading on 38 securities exchange accounts because of unusual trading behavior. This has caused widespread discussion in the securities market. What is unusual trading behaviour? What are the legal consequences of unusual trading? In the event that a securities account has been found to have engaged in unusual trading and its trading is restricted, what are the legal remedies? This article will explore these questions taking into account the law and practical experience.
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