Markets & Investing

17 Jul 19
The office sector continued to drive property investments, accounting for 53% of the total transaction volume.
12 Jul 19
Only US$12.3b was invested into these regions, the lowest activity level since 2014.
9 Jul 19
It could easily eclipse Uber’s $63.26b listing in New York.
3 Jul 19
PwC predicts 200 public offerings in 2019, including 170 on the HKEX’s mainboard.
14 Jun 19
If the share sale pushed through, the firm would have raised an estimated $9.12b.
7 Jun 19
The firm is estimated to clinch $9.12b through the offering.
7 Jun 19
Guangzhou accounted for 60% of transactions of over $113.39m.
3 Jun 19
The deal would value the company at US$6.2b.
29 May 19
Hong Kong’s short-term rates have tumbled since 2018 amidst tepid demand.
28 May 19
It is offering 435.8 million shares priced at $9.80 to $12.26 apiece.
28 May 19
The firm plans to file a listing application in H2 2019.
23 May 19
The last iBond index constituent will mature in June 2019.
22 May 19
Although it ranks high in tertiary education, the city’s R&D and patent generation investments fell short.
22 May 19
The float could mark the start of more active share sale activity after a sluggish start.
21 May 19
Buyers’ sentiment was hit by domestic monetary tightening and US-China trade tensions.
9 May 19
The drug discovery platform attracted retail orders for about 107 times the shares initially available.
9 May 19
The latest funding round puts the value of the company at around US$4b.
30 Apr 19
The steel logistics firm no longer meets the criteria for inclusion after it was classified as an ST Stock.
24 Apr 19
Its open approach to the Internet and entrepreneurship makes it an asset for the Chinese ecosystem.
16 Apr 19
It will be removed after market close on 17 April.
10 Apr 19
The Hang Seng Index climbed 17% whilst the bourse's market cap hit US$5.78t.
10 Apr 19
Deadline for submissions is on 12 July 2019.
1 Apr 19
Chinese corporates' onshore funding costs are forecasted to fall further.
1 Apr 19
It will sort stocks into 12 industries, 31 sectors, and 94 subsectors to reflect developments in Hong Kong and Chinese markets.
26 Mar 19
The industrials sector received the highest number of IPOs with seven deals with a total of US$263m.
20 Mar 19
Chinese startups clinched almost 1 in 3 global VCs.
19 Mar 19
Hong Kong's growth placed it as the ninth largest source of real estate investments globally.
18 Mar 19
The lacklustre 2,500 new hotel room supply also supported the citywide occupancy of 91.4%.
5 Mar 19
Over a third said total spending on technology may grow more than 10% in the next three years.
4 Mar 19
It chose CLSA, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Morgan Stanley to be the arrangers.
28 Feb 19
Sentiment was driven by the upcoming Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index inclusion in April 2019.
27 Feb 19
However, the number of deals picked up 27% as deals diversified.
27 Feb 19
SenseTime and Tinklabs closed billion-dollar funding rounds.
20 Feb 19
It was led by online payment provider Ant Financial’s mammoth $14b series C funding round.
20 Feb 19
The total investment is almost double that recorded in end-2016.
13 Feb 19
One family office has devoted 15% of US$70m capital into tech investments.
8 Feb 19
This translates to $74.8b of the $207.8b investment volumes.
7 Feb 19
Over the past few years, Hong Kong has established itself as one of the hottest global hubs for startups.