An investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: ReutersAn investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
An investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: Reuters

China’s IPO shares turn from sure-fire bets to potential loss-makers amid shaky sentiment and changing regulations

  • Cases of IPO flops have been on the rise as regulators increase the supply of new stocks and push for a market-based pricing mechanism
  • Traditionally undervalued and oversubscribed, Chinese IPO shares have until now been a virtual guarantee of big day-one trading gains
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An investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: ReutersAn investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
An investor holds onto prayer beads as he watches a board showing stock prices at a brokerage office in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
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