If a stock is under surveillance for insolvency and bankruptcy code, it means the company is going through insolvency proceedings. Trading may still be allowed, but there may be restrictions such as suspended trading or limited price range. Specific rules can vary by exchange and country, so investors should check with their broker or financial advisor for details.
What happens when you trade in a stock which is under surveillance for Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC)? Print
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