Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Trading in Interbolsa SA’s shares was suspended an additional four days as Colombian regulators liquidate the company’s brokerage.
The shares will resume trading on Nov. 19, the Colombian stock exchange said in e-mailed statement. Interbolsa has been suspended since Nov. 2, the day after tumbling a record 30 percent. The stock has fallen 58 percent this year.
Regulators suspended trading in Interbolsa shares last week and seized its brokerage, Colombia’s largest, after it was unable to meet a payment on a 20 billion peso ($11 million) loan.
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