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.
Ant Group is set to raise about $34 billion as shares are planning to trade in both Hong Kong and Shanghai next month, marking the most massive IPO in the world.
MINISO, the Japanese-inspired lifestyle product retailer, opened its first outlet in Paris on Tuesday, the company’s first European addition since its NYSE debut earlier this month.
Chinese discount retailer Miniso saw a robust NYSE debut on Thursday, raising $608 million with its stock rising as high as $24.90, well above its price range of $16.50 to $18.50.
Xpeng Motors formally filed an initial public offering with the SEC in the early morning of August 8 to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “XPEV.”
Chinese co-working space provider Ucommune Thursday announced the withdrawal of its initial public offering plan from the New York Stock Exchange where it originally filed in December 2019.
Sogou was listed for trade on the New York Stock Exchange on the evening of November 9. Charles Zhang, Sogou’s shareholder and Sohu's founder, and Sogou CEO Wang Xiaochuan spoke on the occasion.