Top Stories up more than 4% in Hong Kong IPO, bullish on China travel in May


Online travel agency made a strong debut in Hong Kong on Monday, with shares rising around 4.55% from their issue price.

The China-based company now joins other U.S.-listed Chinese tech heavyweights such as Alibaba, and Baidu that have returned closer to home via secondary offerings in Hong Kong. It priced its initial public offering at 268 Hong Kong dollars per share, and raised 8,478 million Hong Kong dollars ($1.09 billion) assuming the over allotment option is not exercised.

The secondary listing comes as Chinese tech companies continue to face the threat of being delisted in the U.S., clouding investor sentiment.

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