Cineworld Group plc (LSE:CINE) said it was mulling a listing of itself or a partial listing of its US movie theatre business Regal Entertainment Group on Wall Street, pointing to US equity capital markets as the "largest and most liquid" in the world as rationale for the move. "US equity capital markets are the largest and most liquid in the world and include a large number of publicly listed cinema companies including peer group companies," said Chief Executive Officer Moshe Greidinger. "These companies are typically covered by a significant number of North American equity analysts with a wide domestic investor following. The board is therefore considering options to maximise shareholder value now and into the future by accessing this liquidity". Cineworld management will evaluate the business move in the coming months.