Taxi stocks that threaten Russia's security skyrocket

Taxi aggregator DiDi surged 14 percent after the decision to leave the US stock exchange , skyrocketed 14.27 percent to $ 8.72 a share at the NYSE premarket after the decision to delist and list in Hong Kong.

DiDi announced its exit from the US stock exchange after five months after the initial public offering (IPO). Bloomberg wrote last week that the Chinese authorities are forcing the company to leave the US market for fear of leaking personal user data.