China's Ganji still plans to take on its domestic rival abroad by listing on the stock market, but the company hasn't yet picked a date for the launch.
Momo, the popular dating app turned social network from China, lists on the US markets in a few hours’ time.
Alibaba's hotly anticipated IPO just debuted at $92.70 per share. It's now valued at about US$230 billion.
Alibaba today confirmed it’s setting a share price of $68 ahead of its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Alibaba lists shortly after the US markets open for Friday trading.
Of course, the Alibaba chairman – and former CEO – holds a lot more shares. In total Ma has an approximate six percent stake in Alibaba.
To get a sense of the scale of Alibaba – both in China and up against ecommerce titans like Amazon – we’ve put together this infographic chart.
Today Alibaba amended its SEC filing to indicate that the Chinese ecommerce titan will likely debut somewhere between $66 and $68 per share.
Remember when Facebook $16 billion raised in May 2012? Alibaba is about to blow that to pieces.
MOL, which is also widely known as Money Online, is raising funds to aid in its expansion into the rest of Southeast Asia.
Ecommerce titan Alibaba has confirmed that it’s choosing the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) for its upcoming IPO.
China’s ecommerce titan Alibaba filed new information with the SEC overnight. It includes details about spending and growth on its two main estores, Tmall and Taobao.
Chinese estore JD (NASDAQ:JD) hit stock markets moments ago. After initially pricing its shares at $19 earlier today, the stock actually debuted at $21.75.
JD goes public today upon opening of Thursday’s trading. The company has just priced its shares at $19 each, which is above the initial $16 to $18 range it advised a few days ago.
JD’s latest update reveals that the ecommerce company is pricing its shares in the US$16 to $18 range, which values the site at up to $24.6 billion once it eventually hits the markets.
China-made Momo is reportedly preparing a US IPO that could happen later this year.
Weibo’s shares made their IPO debut at a mere $16.27, but the share price soon climbed up gradually.
Let’s look at all the facts and stats you need to know about Weibo, China's latest tech IPO to hit Wall Street.
Only 16.8 million of Weibo’s 20 million shares have been sold, meaning that Sina Weibo will raise just $286 million from its IPO - not the $400+ million that some expected.