Some 33 Chinese companies got listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq in 2018, a great leap from 2017’s 17 listings.
Tencent Music (TME), the music streaming subsidiary of the China tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd., raised $1.1 billion in its U.S. initial public offering (IPO), pricing shares at $13 per piece on Dec. 12 local time.
On Nov. 26, Tongcheng-eLong, the online travel platform backed by Tencent became listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) at an issuing price of 9.8 Hong Kong dollars.
On Nov. 22 Meituan-Dianping, China’s on-demand service provider, released its first earnings report after raising $4.2 billion in an IPO in September. Its third quarter operating loss soared to $497.46 million, that means it tripled from last year’s $151 million for the same time period.
Faraday Future (FF), the electric car start-up aiming to challenge Tesla, held an “Evolution Strategy Communication Meeting” at the Los Angeles headquarters on Nov. 12.
Throughout the first three quarters of 2018, Chinese tech companies far outnumbered U.S. companies in filing for IPOs on U.S. stock exchanges, according to an IPO report released by Renaissance Capital, a leading IPO investment research company.
LAIX Inc., an English learning platform from China driven by artificial intelligence (AI) technology, listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Sept. 27. It is trading under the ticker symbol LAIX.
China Renaissance Holdings Ltd. officially listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 27, under the ticker 1911.HK. This marks the emergence of world-class Chinese investment banks, as reported by Chinese media.
After submitting its prospectus in May, Haidilao International Holding Ltd. is finally going public on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sept. 26.
Viomi, a smart home appliances company in the Xiaomi ecosystem, started trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Sept. 25 under the ticker symbol VIOT.
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NIU Technologies Group, a Chinese electric scooter startup, has submitted its prospectus to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an IPO on NASDAQ, intending to raise up to $150 million. The number of shares and their price range remain unknown.
On Sept. 20, Meituan-Dianping started trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
For William Li, Founder and CEO of the recently public EV startup NIO, the past few days must have been unforgettable. Priced near the bottom of its target range, NIO officially began trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Sept. 12.
On Sept. 13, Lei Jun, Founder and CEO of the popular Chinese electronics company Xiaomi, announced a big systematic adjustment to the organizational structure and personnel appointment through an internal email.