China stocks regulator approves seven IPOs to raise $416 million

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's securities regulator has said it has approved seven initial public offerings (IPOs) that aim to raise a combined total of up to 2.8 billion yuan ($416.22 million). Three of the approved IPOs are on the Shanghai bourse, two are ... ( read original story ...)

China blacklists nine HSBC mutual funds for IPO violations

HSBC’s China fund management venture has been punished for misconduct related to IPO subscriptions, as regulators proceed with a broad campaign against financial corruption. China’s securities regulator is cracking down on bad behaviour in a mainland ... ( read original story ...)

Nanjing Shenghang Shipping mulls IPO

[cat_name] => Tankers [category_nicename] => tankers [category_parent] => 54 ) ) Chinese tanker owner Nanjing Shenghang Shipping has announced that the company is now planning an IPO. Shenghang Shipping has already submitted an application with China ... ( read original story ...)

Elio Motors Files $100 Million IPO Registration

This IPO would only be appropriate for investors willing to assume ... Notably, while CHJ intends to sell direct to consumers in mainland China, in Europe Consumers in the U.S. have an increased number of transportation options, including ride-sharing ... ( read original story ...)

China puts 1,012 accounts on IPO blacklist

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DFNN to list on Philippine bourse next year sans IPO

“We have engaged China Bank (Capital) to manage the issuance.” HatchAsia is an IT-incubator business turned support services catering to Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators. According to Garcia, DFNN had earlier slashed its stake in HatchAsia from 59 ... ( read original story ...)

Saudi Aramco In Talks To Buy $2B Stake In PetroChina Refinery

Saudi Arabia is also trying to build more investment ties with China, and according to The Journal, the Saudis hope that Chinese firms and funds would buy major chunks of Aramco’s IPO next year, expected to be the world’s biggest initial public ... ( read original story ...)