Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam
Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam
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Hong Kong exchange marks a bumper day with six stock trading debuts as city tries to claw back global IPO crown from New York

  • The six initial public offerings raised a total of HK$4.4 billion (US$563.5 million), the biggest being Shanghai-based developer Zhongliang that raised HK$2.94 billion
  • The Hong Kong stock exchange has seen three listing cancellations since June 13 as confidence has been rattled by unprecedented political turmoil

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Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam
Executives of six companies that debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange had to share one ceremonial gong between two companies to fit on the bourse’s centre stage on 16 July, 2019. Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam
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