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Lee Yuk-Kei

CapXon eyes HK$313m

CapXon International Electronic, an aluminum electrolytic capacitor maker, planned to offer 211.2 million shares at between 88 HK cents and HK$1.48 per share to raise up to HK$312.6 million, its chairman Lin Chin-tsun said yesterday.

Tuesday, 24 April, 2007, 12:00am

Shenzhen benchmark breaks 1,000 level

Shenzhen's stock market benchmark exceeded the 1,000-point level for the first time yesterday as investors switched to small and medium-capitalised stocks listed in the exchange from large-cap stocks in Shanghai.

The Shenzhen Composite Index rose 19.775 points or 2 per cent to close at a record high of 1,009.664.

19 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Ajisen to draw on IPO funds for expansion

Ajisen (China) Holdings, a Japanese-style noodle restaurant operator planning a HK$1.6 billion initial public offering in Hong Kong, will earmark most of the proceeds for expansion of its restaurant network and food-processing facilities on the mainland, according to a preliminary listing document.

16 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Li & Fung shares rally after buyout of Hilfiger division

Exporter hopes to expand global reach in outsourcing through US$248m deal

Shares of consumer goods exporter Li & Fung staged their largest single-day gain in three years after the company said it would buy the global sourcing division of designer fashion label Tommy Hilfiger for US$248 million.

13 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

H shares outpace blue chips in warrant trade

H-share warrants replaced blue-chip warrants, such as those of HSBC Holdings, as the most actively traded stock warrants last year, a trend that will continue this year, according to SG Securities, a leading warrant issuer in Hong Kong.

3 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Zhuzhou Times targets HK$1.91b to finance expansion

Zhuzhou CSR Times Electric, one of the largest train-borne electrical system providers in China, plans to raise up to HK$1.91 billion in a Hong Kong initial public offering this month to help fund expansion, sources said.

7 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Fatter fees help Fubon post 10pc income growth

Fubon Bank (Hong Kong), a locally listed unit of Taiwan's largest lender, posted a 10.17 per cent increase in half-year profit mainly driven by higher interest income and fatter fee and commission earnings amid a buoyant financial market.

9 Aug 2006 - 12:00am