Stock market unease causes listing of WSA subsidiary to be postponed

Due to recent falling prices on the stock exchange, WSA has postponed Friday's planned public entry of


Hearing company giant WS Audiology and private equity firm EQT have postponed taking online hearing aid trader public, according to multiple media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal on Thursday, and confirms this information.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the plan was for to settle on a price for its shares on Thursday after which trades could be initiated today, Friday.

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