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China’s stalled IPO market could be back in business as early as January, but the reopening is unlikely to reverse the flow of Chinese companies planning to list in Hong Kong.
Ping An Insurance moved quickly last week to launch a jumbo convertible bond issue under difficult market conditions, underlining concerns that domestic liquidity might tighten further as the year-end nears.
A better than expected response to China’s first overseas bank listing in almost three years has lifted hopes for the long queue of Chinese city commercial banks looking to list in Hong Kong.
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