China stocks regulator approves 9 IPOs to raise $620 mln

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's securities regulator said it has approved nine initial public offerings (IPOs) that aim to raise a combined total of up to 4.2 billion yuan ($620 million). Four of the approved IPOs are on the Shanghai bourse, one on the ... ( read original story ...)

Chinese genomics company BGI makes IPO debut

SHENZHEN, July 14 (Xinhua) -- China's genomics giant BGI made its initial public offering (IPO) Friday on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, with shares surging by the upper limit of 44 percent shortly after its debut. With an initial offering price of 13.64 ... ( read original story ...)

BGI Genomics Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering

BGI Genomics has been listed on the Shenzhen Chi-Next exchange, China's NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The shares began trading on July 14 under the code 300676. The IPO was approved by the China Securities ... ( read original story ...)

Zhongyuan raises $1bn as Hong Kong clings to IPO crown hopes

The bank, formed in 2014 from the restructuring of 13 struggling institutions in the province, is an example of China’s efforts to consolidate its regional banking systems. On Wednesday it priced its IPO at HK$2.45 a share after offering the stake at ... ( read original story ...)

Quality, quantity of IPOs rise on the back of reforms

The Shanghai Stock Exchange expects IPOs to raise 300 billion yuan by this year-end, up 67 percent on-year. Liu Shiyu, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, said in February that the new registration system should not be seen as overly ... ( read original story ...)

China says concerned over tighter German curbs on takeovers

China's trade and business links with Germany and the European Union have brought real benefits to the peoples and companies of both sides and promoted economic growth, he added. China hopes that Germany and the EU can avoided being affected by ... ( read original story ...)

Dear Canadian retailers: China wants your products

Richard Liu is the founder and CEO of e-commerce company JD.com, China’s largest retailer. There is a huge shift happening today among Chinese consumers, and Canadian companies and brands are missing out. That may sound like bad news. In fact ... ( read original story ...)