Top of the range pricing for China Coal's $1.7 billion IPO

No hints that fund managers are closing down for Christmas as China's second largest coal provider attracts more than 1,000 institutional investors to the book.

China Coal Energy has raised $1.7 billion from its initial public offering after fixing the price at the top of the HK$3.20 to HK$4.05 price range.

Like other recent Hong Kong listings, ChinaƆs second largest provider of coal after China Shenhua Energy attracted strong demand from both institutions and retail investors. Neither group are showing any hints that they are starting to tire of Mainland-based listing candidates even though this was the eighth company to price a Hong...

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