Bankers weigh up chances of China IPOs after Vipshop fall

Online fashion retailer Vipshop Holdings became the first Chinese company to list in the US in six months at the end of last week, completing a deal that was being closely watched by bankers and other mainland companies hoping to tap the market. But the stock has tumbled more than 30% since, dealing a heavy blow to bankers hoping to bring more mainland companies to the US market.

  • 30 Mar 2012
Vipshop priced its New York IPO below its price range last week, raising $72.709m and becoming the first mainland company to list in the US since Tudou Holdings’ IPO in August, a deal that also tanked in the secondary market. That has made it clear to bankers that ...

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