China’s Weibo shares decrease 9% after regulator slaps excellent on amicable media giant’s operator

Hong Kong-listed shares of Chinese amicable networking hulk Weibo tumbled some-more than 9% on Tuesday, as a user was fined 3 million yuan ($471,151) by regulators.

The Cyberspace Administration of China pronounced on a central WeChat comment that it fined Weibo’s user BJ Weimeng Innovation and Technology Company since some accounts and calm disregarded applicable laws and regulations.

Weibo has faced 44 fines totaling 14.3 million yuan ($2.24 million) in a duration from Jan to Nov this year, according to a regulator.

Since Weibo’s delegate inventory in Hong Kong final week, a batch has mislaid over 10%. Its Nasdaq-listed shares tumbled 6% overnight on Wall Street, and plunged over 26% year-to-date.

Responding to a fine, Weibo pronounced it will put in place a required rectification, practice a responsibility, and keep improving a governance, according to a CNBC translation.

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— CNBC’s Iris Wang, Evelyn Cheng contributed to this report.