Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Xiaoyin Zhang has worked on landmark IPOs by Chinese technology companies Alibaba Group Holding, Baidu and Tencent Holdings.
Another day, another missing Chinese CEO; Alibaba to Buy South China Morning Post; South African rand tumbles.
As the country works to liberalize its capital markets, China is pushing through anticorruption and corporate governance reforms.
Planned market opening promises to narrow price differentials between Chinese companies’ Shanghai-listed A shares and Hong Kong–listed H shares.
Losing the Chinese e-commerce company prompts the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong to revisit the issue of one-share, one-vote.
Russia is gung ho about HFT according to the Moscow Exchange’s Roman Sulzhyk, but China and India have taken steps to discourage this practice.
Now that Chinese regulators have lifted a yearlong freeze on mainland IPOs, some observers expect a surge in listings.
The funds of private equity firm Permira have sold their stake in Galaxy Entertainment Group for $613.66 million.
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Co. is looking to raise about $4 million through an initial public offering.
China Shipping Nauticgreen Holdings has deferred its $193 million initial public offering.