Zhihu, a leading online Q&A-based content community in China, on Monday announced its dual-primary listing plan for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) and a global offering of 26,000,000 Class A ordinary shares in the company.
After going public on the NYSE in March last year, Zhihu Inc., an online content community in China, on Monday announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2021.
BEST Inc., a smart supply chain solutions and logistics services provider in China, announced on Tuesday that it had received a letter from the New York Stock Exchange, dated January 5, 2022.
Hong Kong media reported on Monday that Chinese gaming giant NetEase’s music streaming arm NetEase Cloud Music would pass its listing hearing as soon as this week, eyeing raising about $1 billion. Its co-sponsors are Merrill Lynch, CICC and Credit Suisse. The music platform declined to comment on the news.
China Unicom, one of the leading telecommunications giants in China, announced on July 23 that it would terminate its American Depositary Receipt (ADR) on October 18 this year, meaning the company will be officially delisted from the NYSE.
Didi updated its prospectus on June 25th, Beijing time. The new document shows that the ride-hailing firm expects to issue 288 million shares, and plans to raise a total of about $4 billion, with a maximum of about $4.6 billion.
Known as the first Chinese e-commerce platform for lifestyle brands, Onion Global on May 7 formally went public at the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "OG", offering 12.5 million American depository shares (ADS) and achieving the maximum increase of more than 57%.
Chinese online insurance technology company Waterdrop Inc. said it will focus on expanding its user base in China’s lower-tier cities and growing its online insurance business.
Chinese e-cigarette company RELX Technology on Jan. 22 was officially listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “RLX”, becoming the first Chinese e-cigarette brand to start public trading.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) said it would move forward with its plans to delist three Chinese major telecommunication companies after all.
The New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday said it no longer plans to move forward with delisting three Chinese telecom companies.
China’s securities regulator on Sunday said the delisting of three Chinese telecom companies by the New York Stock Exchange is “politically motivated” and “severely undermines normal market rules and order.”
Rental platform Danke Apartment’s CEO Jing Gao received a high consumption restriction from the People’s Court of Minhang District on Dec. 8.
The shares of Danke Apartment, one of China’s biggest rental platforms, surged by more than 75% on Tuesday night, Beijing time, closing at $2.40, mainly due to the rumor that another leading rental specialist 5i5j will purchase Danke.
Chinese private education giant New Oriental Education & Technology Group (NYSE: EDU) officially started trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Nov. 10.