HKEx: Duel over dual listings

HKEx: Duel over dual listings

Fed up with losing lucrative tech IPOs like Alibaba's, the bourse is determined to have a second go at dual-class shareholdings. But convincing the SFC and investors will not be easy.
It's been a long hard road for the Chinese property company as it completes final and unexpectedly difficult step back to normal operations with bond exchange and new issue.
Interest rates, FX, politics, the property market and debt in China could all hit market prospects in the second half of 2017, S&P Global Ratings' Terry Chan says.
Property company's bond deal demonstrates all that is wrong with Asia's debt capital markets as fund managers express their disgust.
Hong Kong listed Road King splits off its Chinese toll roads into a new vehicle, hoping to ride sentiment towards the government's major infrastructure initiatives, such as ...
Asia ex Japan Real Estate bond marks the highest year-to-date figure on record.

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Chinese outbound M&A hit a record $218.6 billion in 2016, according to Dealogic. But amid regulatory challenges, how high will volumes go in 2017?




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Fear not — the market will set a new record.
  16%
 
Things will be a bit slower, but we can break $150 billion.
  39%
 
Expect $100-150 billion of deals.
  17%
 
We will not even beat 2015’s volume. There will be less than $100 billion of deals.
  28%

 

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