Weibo Futures and Options to be introduced on 8 December
Weibo shares to be included in Designated Securities Eligible for Short Selling on 8 December
Issuers can list derivative warrants on Weibo shares on 8 December
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) is pleased to announce today (Friday) that it will offer investors more options on Weibo Corporation (Weibo, stock code: 9898) shares after its debut.
Weibo Futures and Options
Weibo Futures and Options will be introduced on 8 December 2021, subject to the listing of the Weibo shares at HKEX on that date.
Selected Details of Weibo Futures and Options
Contract Multiplier (Futures) /
Contract Size (Options) (Shares)
Stock Futures Contract Months Available for Trading on 8 December 2021
Stock Options Contract Months Available for Trading on 8 December 2021
2022: Jan, Feb, Mar and Jun
2022:Jan, Feb, Mar, Jun, Sep and Dec
For further details, please see the Futures andOptions circulars and theProduct sectionof the HKEX website.
Inclusion of Weibo Shares in Designated Securities for Short Selling
Weiboshares will also be included in HKEX's designated securities eligible for short selling on 8 December 2021, subject to the listing of the Weiboshares at HKEX on that date.
For details of short selling at HKEX, please see the Services section of the HKEX website.
Listing of Weibo Derivative Warrants
Issuers can list derivative warrants on Weiboshares on 8 December 2021, when the shares debut on HKEX's securities market.
Please refer to the issuers' announcements for further details of the derivative warrants.
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