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Saturday, 20 October 2018

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  • A Haier refrigerator is seen on sale at an appliance store in Westminster, Colorado.

    Qingdao Haier to test D-share model

    Top News | 12 October 2018

    Chinese home appliance giant Qingdao Haier is set to launch a smaller than expected Frankfurt D-share sale on Monday amid market turmoil.

  • MOVES-JP Morgan ECM banker resigns

    Ticker | 02 October 2018

    Alex Yuen, an executive director in JP Morgan’s equity capital markets division, has resigned from the bank, according to people familiar with the situation.

  • Wu Wanshan, chairman of Huatai Securities, poses during a news conference in Hong Kong, China.

    Huatai to test London GDR link

    Top News | 28 September 2018

    Chinese brokerage Huatai Securities is planning to raise at least US$500m from the sale of global depositary receipts in London, potentially becoming the first Chinese company to test the Shanghai-London Stock Connect trading link.

  • Researchers work at a laboratory of WuXi AppTec

    WuXi AppTec lines up HK top-up

    Equities | 21 September 2018

    Chinese biotech company WuXi AppTec has turned to Hong Kong for a share sale, four months after its Shanghai IPO was cut in size. Based on last Thursday’s closing price in Shanghai, the deal could raise up to US$2bn.

  • Japan claims world’s first Green CB

    Structured Equity | 14 September 2018

    Timber company Sumitomo Forestry introduced the green concept to the convertible bond market by sealing the world’s first Green CB last week, raising ¥10bn (US$90m) to refinance a New Zealand project.

  • Senior Vice President Wang Puzhong, CFO and Senior Vice President Chen Shaohui, Co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Wang Xing and Co-founder and Senior Vice President Wang Huiwen of China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketi

    Meituan priced near top

    Equities | 14 September 2018

    Chinese online food delivery-to-ticketing services provider Meituan Dianping raised US$4.2bn in the world’s biggest internet-focused IPO in four years as it priced the float near the top end of a marketed range. Meituan, backed by Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, sold about 480m primary shares at HK$69 each in the Hong Kong IPO, valuing the company at about US$52.8bn.

  • Nio rides out China-to-US volatility

    Equities | 14 September 2018

    The roller-coaster debut of Chinese electric car company Nio last week has underlined the extreme volatility surrounding China-to-US listings.

  • A man is silhouetted in front of Nio cars at the auto show, in Shanghai, China.

    Tencent-backed Nio raises US$1bn from NYSE IPO

    Ticker | 12 September 2018

    Chinese electric vehicle startup Nio has raised US$1bn from a NYSE IPO after pricing its shares barely above the bottom of the indicative price range, according to people close to the deal.

  • Management team of China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform, attend a news conference on its IPO in Hong Kong, China.

    Meituan IPO builds early momentum

    Top News | 07 September 2018

    Meituan Dianping’s Hong Kong IPO of up to HK$34.6bn (US$4.4bn) was multiple times covered as of last Friday despite a 3.3% drop in the Hong Kong stock market during the week.

  • Visitors look at a Meituan Autonomous Delivery (MAD) vehicle of Chinese food delivery platform Meituan-Dianping, at the first Smart China Expo in Chongqing, China.

    Meituan valued at up to US$55bn

    Top News | 31 August 2018

    Meituan Dianping, one of the world’s largest technology unicorns, started pre-marketing for a Hong Kong IPO of at least US$4bn with analysts unable to agree on the value of the business. Research from the three IPO sponsors gave a range of US$45bn-$81bn.

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