IPOs

  • XPeng charges up $100m US IPO

    XPeng charges up $100m US IPO

    Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer XPeng is aiming to raise up to $100m from a listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Ke Holdings launches $2bn NYSE listing

    Ke Holdings launches $2bn NYSE listing

    Ke Holdings has kicked off bookbuilding for a $2bn US listing. But it has come as one of its largest shareholders, internet giant Tencent Holdings, was blindsided by the US with sanctions.

  • Li Auto shrugs off China-US tensions with IPO success

    Li Auto shrugs off China-US tensions with IPO success

    Electric vehicle manufacturer Li Auto sealed a scorching $1.1bn Nasdaq IPO this week, pricing above the marketed range to make it the largest US listing by a Chinese company in nearly two years. The deal proved there is still interest among mainland firms to list in the US, despite rising hostilities between the two countries, writes Jonathan Breen.

  • Neeq disappoints as debut shares tumble

    Neeq disappoints as debut shares tumble

    A new scheme launched by China’s National Equities Exchange and Quotations (Neeq) got off to a poor start this week. Around two-thirds of the 32 companies listed on the ‘selection tier’ board fell on their trading debuts. That was a sharp contrast to the opening day of a local rival, the Shanghai Star board.

  • Supernova: Ant explodes beyond startup limits

    Supernova: Ant explodes beyond startup limits

    Ant Group revealed last week that it is planning a multi-billion-dollar dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai. The company is often referred to as a startup, but it will float at a valuation well above $100bn and has been in business for six years. What is the right term for a company like Ant? It is time for a new moniker.

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