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Chinese online trading giant Alibaba could receive about $ 11 billion from its listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange - the largest stock offering in the city since 2010, according to global agencies. The company confirmed that it has priced 500 million new shares at HK$176 ($ 22.
Alibaba may price Hong Kong stock offering at HK$176 each after marketing process in world’s biggest IPO this year
Alibaba Group may price its secondary stock offering in Hong Kong at HK$176 per share based on guidance at the end of a global marketing process, according to people familiar with the matter.
Alibaba’s secondary listing could raise up to US$13. 86 billion and is expected to catapult Hong Kong back to the top global IPO capital ranking.
The Jack Ma Foundation gave a total cash prize of $1 million to support the enterprises of 10 young African entrepreneurs at the Netpreneurs' awards.
‘Homecoming’ listing of world’s largest online shopping platform may raise as much as US$13. 4 billion and support city’s status as a global financial hub despite the ongoing social unrest
Among many other members of the International Trademark Association is China’s multinational conglomerate Alibaba which is also a retail and e-commerce platform.
Alibaba will close its order books early to prospective institutional investors as part of its US$13. 4 billion secondary listing in Hong Kong, . . .
Bitcoin rewards shopping app Lolli maintains that they had partnered with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba before Singles’ Day marketing campaign.
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Tech titan Jack Ma, the co-founder of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, says the US and China should work together instead of creating more problems. Alibaba just showed its collaborative stripes and retail power on November 11th by hosting Singles Day, the largest one-day shopping event in the world that broke records. The company showcased multinational …
Calling it a "vote of confidence" amid increasingly violent pro-democracy protests, China's top e-commerce firm Alibaba plans to float some $13 billion in shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Also…
Alibaba's US$13. 4 billion institutional bookbuild for its Hong Kong listing is already covered "multiple times," according to a message sent to ...