DiDi Global and two other Chinese firms soar on WSJ report that probe will end

U.S.-listed shares of Chinese tech firms DiDi Global, Full Truck Alliance and Kanzhun rocketed in premarket trade after The Wall Street Journal reported that Chinese regulators will let them add new users again as early as this week. DiDi Global jumped 50%, Full Truck Alliance rose 29% and Kanzhun rose 20%. The apps were removed last July when they were probed over data security.

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