Protesters clash with police in Tsuen Wan. The volatile demonstrations in Hong Kong have damaged confidence in the city’s financial markets. Photo: Xinhua

Three firms file for IPO in Hong Kong, suggesting a thawing of sentiment as protests run into 12th week

  • Jiumaojiu International Holdings, a ‘fast-fashion’ restaurant chain, furniture maker Huisen Household, and Superdata Software submitted IPO applications on Wednesday night
  • Fund raisers may be becoming ‘numb’ to the protests, which are heading towards the three-month mark
Topic |   IPO

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Protesters clash with police in Tsuen Wan. The volatile demonstrations in Hong Kong have damaged confidence in the city’s financial markets. Photo: Xinhua
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