Powerlong and Glorious deals boost property

Glorious Property Holdings was expected to price its Hong Kong initial public offering early on Friday towards the middle of its target range, according to bankers on the deal, in the latest indication of investor demand for Chinese real estate developers.

  • 24 Sep 2009
Glorious set a range of HK$4.00-HK$5.30 a share in a listing worth up to $1.53bn. The deal values it at 9.5-12.5 times projected 2010 earnings, and a number of other property companies will watch its progress closely for a sign of the valuations investors will accept."Investors like it ...

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