A clutch of Chinese companies are preferring to delist from foreign stock exchanges due to the boom in the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges.
Does the Alibaba IPO have the potential to change the perception–and fortunes–of other Chinese companies in the US? China may be the United States’ third-largest trading partner, but most Chinese business in the US is still conducted from a distance. With a handful of exceptions, Chinese brands are almost entirely unfamiliar to Americans, although most American homes are […]
The week that was: Chinese e-commerce retailer Jingdong (JD.com) finally went public on the Nasdaq; China’s property market still in the dumps; and Lenovo faces challenges on its home turf. JD goes public on NASDAQ Before Alibaba bombards US investors, China’s second-largest e-commerce company JD.com (also known as Jingdong, and previously known as 360buy.com) lauched […]
Chinese companies facing low valuations on US stock exchanges have some options left on the table When investors think a company’s market price is undervalued, they can buy the company’s shares. But when a company thinks itself to be undervalued by the market, it sometimes opts to buy out the investors. Such is the case […]