Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong

IPO

Hong Kong’s exchange sees one of its busiest IPO days ever, with seven stocks trading for the first time; two shot up 150 per cent

  • 24 companies will list in Hong Kong this month
  • Hong Kong is trying to retain its crown as the world’s top IPO market

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Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong is seeing a rush of listings on its main board, defying doomsday predictions that the controversial national security law would scare off investors. Here, bronze sculptures of bulls and the flag of the Hong Kong exchange are pictured. Photo: Winson Wong
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