A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters

Tepid response to Nayuki, world’s first listed milk tea firm, in Hong Kong amid concerns about outlook, high pricing

  • Stock fell 13.5 per cent at the close on debut in Hong Kong
  • People are concerned about performance and operational efficiency, as it has not earned a profit yet, analyst says

Topic |   Hong Kong stock market
A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
A Nayuki store in Beijing. The company had 491 shops in China as of the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
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