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Chinese hotpot chain Haidilao fizzles after strong start in Hong Kong debut

4:34am EDT

HONG KONG Haidilao's shares gave up their sharp initial gains on debut in Hong Kong on Wednesday, raising questions about the Chinese hotpot chain's $12 billion valuation and about the outlook for IPOs in the financial hub.

Tencent-backed Meituan climbs 5 percent on debut, brightens outlook for HK IPOs

Sep 20 2018

HONG KONG Meituan Dianping rose 5 percent on debut in Hong Kong on Thursday, valuing the Chinese online food delivery-to-ticketing services firm at about $55 billion and sending a positive signal to companies lining up to list in the financial hub. | Video

REFILE-UPDATE 1-China's Tencent Music seeks $2 billion in U.S. IPO - sources

Sep 19 2018

* Likely one of biggest Chinese listings in New York this year

China's Tencent Music halves U.S. IPO to $2 bln - sources

Sep 19 2018

* Likely one of biggest Chinese listings in New York this year

Investors hungry for Chinese hotpot as Haidilao raises nearly $1 billion in IPO

Sep 18 2018

HONG KONG Chinese hotpot chain Haidilao raised nearly $1 billion in its Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) by pricing its shares at the top of an indicated range, three people close to the deal said on Tuesday.

Bank of China HK’s Basel bond sale seen as spurring regional activity

Sep 13 2018

HONG KONG, Sept 13 The world's biggest sale this year of bonds for meeting Basel capital requirements - $3 billion worth by Bank of China's Hong Kong unit - will encourage other Asian banks, particularly Chinese ones, to tap the market, bankers said.

Malaysia can grow 5 percent and handle its debts: finance minister

Sep 13 2018

HONG KONG Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Thursday that the Southeast Asian country can sustain 5 percent annual economic growth as its new administration reviews mega projects and copes with hefty debts left by the previous government.

Malaysia charges ex-PM Najib's lawyer with money laundering

Sep 13 2018

KUALA LUMPUR/HONG KONG A lawyer representing former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak was charged with money laundering on Thursday, as anti-corruption agents try to retrieve billions of dollars siphoned off from a scandal-plagued state fund.

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