Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong’s stock exchange operator HKEX topples Chicago’s CME as world’s most valuable as US-China rift brings in more listings

  • Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) overtook CME Group as the largest bourse owner by market value as CEO search continues
  • Its share price has surged through the final week of 2020 into the new year on hopes for more secondary listings of US-listed Chinese tech firms

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Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong has been the world’s largest hub for initial public offerings (IPOs) in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Sam Tsang
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