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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Ken Wang' s stories

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  • Security guards ride past a China Unicom office in Beijing.

    China Unicom gets US$12bn fundraising back on track

    Top News | 25 August 2017

    China Unicom is pressing ahead with a landmark equity fundraising plan that will set a precedent for the introduction of private capital into state-owned enterprises, after receiving a critical waiver from regulators.

  • Charles Zhang chief executive of Chinese internet company Sohu.com

    Baidu rival Sogou sets sights on US IPO

    Top News | 04 August 2017

    Chinese search engine Sogou, a Sohu.com subsidiary that counts Tencent Holdings as its biggest shareholder, is looking to list in the US in a move seen as a major step towards challenging the country’s market leader, Baidu.

  • CNPC seals Rmb10bn EB offering

    Structured Equity | 21 July 2017

    China National Petroleum Corp has raised Rmb10bn (US$1.47bn) from a public offering of five-year exchangeable bonds, the largest such offering in the Chinese domestic market.

  • The logo of CNPC (China National Petroleum Corporation) is pictured at the 26th World Gas Conference in Paris.

    CNPC sugar-coats record issue

    Structured Equity | 14 July 2017

    China National Petroleum Corporation is going out of its way to make a record Rmb10bn (US$1.47bn) sale of exchangeable bonds irresistible to investors after recent regulatory changes raised the bar on major share disposals.

  • A man rides an electric delivery vehicle of the Chinese logistics company Best Inc in Beijing, China June 27, 2017

    Best's US IPO aims to overdeliver

    Top News | 30 June 2017

    Best, a Chinese logistics company with Alibaba Group as the largest shareholder, is preparing to launch the biggest US IPO from China since rival ZTO Express made a dismal debut last October.

  • CRCC eyes up to US$2bn from Shanghai, Hong Kong share sales

    Ticker | 19 June 2017

    China Railway Construction Corporation is studying the possibility of selling new shares in Shanghai and Hong Kong to raise as much as US$2bn, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.

  • China broker pays up for fraud

    People & Markets | 16 June 2017

    Industrial Securities has offered to compensate investors for at least 60% of losses linked to a fraudulent IPO it sponsored in 2014, providing a reference point for other brokers looking to quantify potential liabilities related to A-share listings.

  • China's IPO funds feel the pain

    People & Markets | 09 June 2017

    A slowdown in the pace of mainland listings is forcing some of China’s IPO-focused funds to throw in the towel.

  • Regulator expands share-sale ban

    Equities | 02 June 2017

    China has tightened its restrictions on share disposals, dealing another blow to the country’s struggling equity capital market.

  • China securities JVs still making money

    People & Markets | 05 May 2017

    All seven Sino-foreign securities joint ventures in China posted profits for the second consecutive year in 2016, even though the sector as a whole suffered a 50% drop in earnings.

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