IPOs

  • Chinese stock rout derails IPO pipeline as regulators flex their muscles

    Chinese stock rout derails IPO pipeline as regulators flex their muscles

    Chinese stocks were in freefall this week after Beijing tightened rules for the for-profit education sector, sparking a fresh — and severe — bout of volatility in the equities market. While the timing for new IPOs is far from ideal, there is hope yet for companies, say ECM bankers. Jonathan Breen reports.

  • US-listed I-Mab readies Shanghai IPO

    US-listed I-Mab readies Shanghai IPO

    Chinese biopharmaceutical company I-Mab is moving ahead with plans for a dual listing in Shanghai, as it looks to broaden its investor base.

  • FCA moves to allow US-style Spac IPOs in London

    FCA moves to allow US-style Spac IPOs in London

    US-style Spac IPOs will soon be possible on the London Stock Exchange following a review by the Financial Conduct Authority, although the changes come at a time when the vehicles have fallen increasingly out of favour with investors.

  • Equity market hiccup betrays Covid fears

    Equity market hiccup betrays Covid fears

    A sell-off in global equities at the beginning of last week, in response to the Delta-variant-fueled rise in Covid-19 cases, was largely erased in the following days. But the episode offered a glimpse of the disquiet in the market, and a hint as to the likely reaction if the pandemic were to take a course that put the brakes on economic growth.

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