JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing

JD.com debuts with 3.5 per cent gain in Hong Kong’s biggest initial public offering of 2020 as joyous investors embrace e-commerce

  • Shares of the company, which were overbought by retail investors by 179 times, rose as much as 5.8 per cent in early trading, before settling the day at HK$234 each, a 3.5 per cent premium to its initial public offering (IPO) price
  • Secondary listing of JD.com follows NetEase last week

Topic |   JD.com
JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
JD.com debuted in Hong Kong. It had its dog mascot “Joy” bang the gong in a virtual ceremony. Image: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
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