FTSE Russell will delete extra Chinese language shares after receiving suggestions on up to date US order

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SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Russell said it will continue to remove more Chinese stocks from its indices after receiving user feedback on the updated U.S. Executive Order banning U.S. investment in companies with ties to the Chinese military.

In a statement on its website, FTSE Russell listed a number of Chinese companies that will be removed from its indexes on July 28th.

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