Chinese lithium giant Tianqi Lithium said to be preparing for up to $2 billion HK listing
Tianqi Lithium's listing could take place as soon as mid-2022 and could raise $1 billion to $2 billion, according to Bloomberg.
WM Motor said to eye HK IPO that could raise about $1 billion
WM Motor is eyeing a possible $1 billion Hong Kong IPO, which could happen as soon as next year, Bloomberg reports.
Leapmotor reportedly considering $1 billion HK IPO
Leapmotor was founded in 2015 and aims to gain a 10 percent market share of China's new energy vehicle market by 2025.
BREAKING: NIO's HK listing reportedly may be delayed until next year
NIO's Hong Kong listing is likely to be delayed until next year, Bloomberg reported Thursday.
Li Auto gets extra HK$1.6 billion from HK listing as underwriters partially exercise over-allotment option
These over-allotment shares will be listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange starting at 9 am on September 8, Li Auto said.
What is grey market trading in HK?
Grey market trading refers to trading that is not in the open market but only by clients in the internal trading systems of certain brokerages.
Li Auto's HK listing raises about $1.5 billion
Li Auto shares will be traded in HK from August 12, and investors can trade on the grey market from 16:15-18:30 Beijing Time the day before.
Li Auto sets HK offering price at HK$118
Li Auto has priced its Hong Kong offering at HK$118 ($15), corresponding to $30 per ADS traded in the US, according to an announcement the company made Friday.
Li Auto reportedly to close HK public offering subscription ahead of schedule
Li Auto, which began its Hong Kong public offering on Aug. 3, planned to close subscription and price the offering on Aug. 6 and is scheduled to officially trade on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Aug. 12.
Li Auto's HK public offering oversubscribed on first day of launch
Li Auto received a margin subscription of HK$1.697 billion today, which represents an oversubscription of about 13 percent, considering that its public offering will raise about HK$1.5 billion.