51 credit cards fell 34.32% before trading was suspended on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange


Sina science and technology news on the afternoon of October 21, 51 credit cards were suspended from trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange, down 34.32% before suspension.
According to the first consumer finance report, Zhejiang local police intervened in 51 credit cards. According to the news, more than 100 police officers rushed into the 51 credit card office building in Xixi.
A 51 credit card risk control official confirmed to the media that police were indeed investigating the company. The source further revealed that police had been investigating several other floors for a long time.
According to a local mutual fund executive, the investigation may be related to the recent renovation of the reptile business, which has not yet been further confirmed.