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Tencent Music jumps 8% on NYSE trading debut

By Bloomberg
14 December 2018   |   9:00 am
Tencent Music, China's biggest streaming service, made its trading debut in the U.S Wednesday. The day finally happened only after a series of negative headlines - including a lawsuit and a two-month delay - threatened to dampen the mood of investors.

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