11.01.2021. / 15:35
BERLIN – Shares of Twitter listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange fell 8.0 percent on the first trading day this week after this social network permanently suspended the order of US President Donald Trump on Friday.
The company announced that the suspension of Trump’s account, which had more than 88 million followers, was due to the risk of further incitement of violence, after the attack and the breakthrough of the demonstrators in Capitol Hill last Wednesday, Reuters reports.
Shares of Twitter listed on the U.S. capital market also fell the morning before the stock market officially opened 8.0 percent. Tanjug
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