Stocks listed in Germany plunged 8% on the first day of trading after permanently suspended the account of US President Donald Trump late Friday evening.
The company said the suspension of Trump’s account, which had more than 88 million followers, was due to the risk of further violence following the assault on the US Capitol on Wednesday.
On Monday morning, the social media company’s U.S.-listed shares also fell 8% in thin premarket trading.
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- Twitter Stocks plummet 8% in Germany after the suspension of the Trump account