Let C be a stable ∞-category in the sense of Lurie's DAG I. (In particular I do not assume that C has all colimits.) Then C *does* have all finite colimits, the suspension functor on C is an equivalence, and C is enriched in Spectra in a way I don't want to make too precise (basically the Hom functor C^{op} × C → Spaces factors through Spectra and there are composition maps on the level of spectra).

Now suppose instead that C is an ∞-category which has all finite colimits and comes equipped with an enrichment in Spectra in the above sense. One can show easily that C then has a zero object which allows us to define a suspension on C. Suppose it is an equivalence. Is C then a stable ∞-category? Moreover, is the enrichment on C the one which comes from the fact that it is a stable ∞-category?