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Gloucester Coal and Yancoal Australia may get hitched after all
Gloucester Coal is recommending that its shareholders approve a merger with China's state-owned Yancoal Australia.
| 7 March 2012
Another three companies launch Hong Kong IPOs
China Polymetallic Mining aims to raise up to $163 million, while confectionary maker China Lifestyle eyes $96 million and BMW dealer Baoxin Auto targets as much as $527 million.
| 29 November 2011
Newton prices IPO after Bocom steps in to take a stake
Newton Resources raises $225 million with the support of one of its bookrunners, while fellow iron ore miner Hanking and retail play Sun Art get ready to launch.
| 28 June 2011
Glencore ends flat on first day of trading
Commodities trader and mining company Glencore prices its offering at £5.30 per share to raise $10 billion in the largest IPO globally this year.
| 20 May 2011
Minmetals cuts size of follow-on by almost 40%
The Chinese commodities trader, which is in the process of transforming into a diversified upstream metals group, is able to raise $500 million after relaunching the deal at a ...
| 20 April 2011
Glencore confirms IPO of up to $11 billion
Some 2.5% to 10% of the deal will be earmarked for Hong Kong retail investors, while the rest will be marketed as a single global institutional tranche.
| 15 April 2011
Chinese marble miner sets price range for $250 million IPO
China Kingstone Mining, which makes marble blocks used in residential and commercial buildings, hopes to share a slice of the country’s construction boom.
| 1 March 2011
Chinese marble miner seeks $280 million from HK IPO
If successful, China Kingstone Mining will become the first sizable Chinese listing in Hong Kong this year after Hongqiao scrapped its planned $2.2 billion IPO.
| 15 February 2011
MMC and Winsway IPOs raise a combined $1.1 billion
Mongolian Mining prices its offering at the mid-point for a total deal size of $650 million, after Winsway raised $472 million from its Hong Kong IPO at the end of last week.
| 6 October 2010
Real Gold raises $156 million from placement
The Hong Kong-listed gold miner adds to its coffers for further acquisitions. Meanwhile, in India, ING sells its 3.1% stake in Kotak Mahindra Bank, and the promoters in HCL ...
| 25 June 2010
Iron ore miner pursues listing ahead of production start
China Tian Yuan Mining seeks to raise up to $457 million amid an increasingly difficult market environment.
| 5 May 2010
NMDC sets price range for $2.6 billion follow-on
The government's sell-down in the country's largest iron ore miner will boost the free-float to 10%, but valuation multiples suggest it could be a tough sell.
| 10 March 2010
Chinese iron ore miner raises $266 million from IPO
China Vanadium Titano-Magnetite Mining attracts more than 100 institutional investors and sees a partial clawback, while Wilmar China decides to hold off on its IPO.
| 30 September 2009
Smaller Hong Kong listing candidates fight for attention
Yingde Gases, China Vanadium, Ausnutria Dairy and Wuzhou Shenguan Protein Casing aim to raise a combined $1.1 billion.
| 22 September 2009
Citi's Indonesia banking head optimistic about country's recovery
Tigor M Siahaan, Citi's Indonesia banking head, says a sustained recovery for Indonesia's real economy and its financial markets may be in the making.
| 12 August 2009
Asia's best managed companies: China & the Philippines
Brics “mania” over, says Ruchir Sharma
Hengan International raises $700 million from zero-coupon CB
Investors should be wary of Vietnamese practices
RBS chairman John McCormick to leave
HSBC plans 14,000 more job cuts to save $3 billion
Asia's Best Managed Companies: China & the Philippines
Hong Kong financiers are unhappy
Asian Pay Television Trust raises $1.1 billion from IPO
Barclays appoints Nick Wright to head Asia equities
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