Almost 4 billion Xiaomi shares were sold for as little as 1.95 Hong Kong cents for a slice between September 2010 and May 2011.
Xiaomi’s bad week got worse Thursday as more investors rushed to cut their losses.
Hong Kong Moves to Make Disrespecting Chinese Anthem a Crime
Vivendi’s broadcasting arm Canal+ in early talks to spend more than $400 million buying stakes in two units of Global Mediacom.
Hong Kong’s hottest IPOs have given the worst returns for investors this year, while the least popular deals have fared better.
Two Hong Kong Companies in Lose More Than 75% of Value
Cannabis Executives, Investors See Asia Saying ‘Yes’ to Pot
Pot Entrepreneurs Target Asian Money at Hong Kong Investor Forum
Here Are the Reasons China's Equity Rout Is Getting Even Worse
Lawmaker Takes Loan at 18% Interest to Buy Hong Kong Property
GIC Makes Another Vietnam Bet With Masan Group Stake
KKR Sells $209 Million Vietnam Stake After Stock Doubled
Asia Stocks Drop as Hong Kong Shares Start Fourth Quarter Lower
With a market value of about $12 billion, Haidilao is larger than all Hong Kong-listed restaurant operators combined.
Hong Kong's No. 2 Tech IPO Is Said to Draw Tepid Retail Demand
Hong Kong's Hottest New Stock Falls Back to Earth
Haidilao Seeks Valuation Exceeding All Hong Kong Eatery Stocks
Tencent-Backed Meituan's Willing to Curb Spending as IPO Looms
Chinese Developer Blames Trump, Touts Mao in Earnings Report
Missing Bosses Add to Risks of Investing in China
Down $538 Billion, Asian Stocks Still Not a Buy for Bocom