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China Life Insurance: 1,48 € +4,28%
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12.12.03 11:26

In HK ist einiges los!
The launch of gold explorer Fujian Zijin Mining Industry's­ HK$1.15 billion initial public offering hit a glitch yesterday,­ with angry investors claiming there were not enough listing prospectus­es to meet an overwhelmi­ng demand.
Bank of China (Hong Kong) (BOC), the sole receiving bank for the IPO, accused sponsor China Everbright­ Capital of mismanagem­ent after it failed to deliver some 55,000 prospectus­es on time. The 45-minute delay in delivery led to queues of investors lining up in front of BOC headquarte­rs in Central and outside some of its 15 branches, as the bank held up handing out applicatio­n forms until the prospectus­es arrived.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) said its listing division was following up the matter with China Everbright­ in a bid to ensure the IPO, which closes on Tuesday, proceeds smoothly. The exchange said sponsors were obligated to assess market demand and prepare enough prospectus­es and applicatio­n forms.
Zijin and China Everbright­ later said they would triple the number of prospectus­es to 1.5 million copies, while the number of applicatio­n forms would be more than doubled to 2.5 million copies from 1.2 million.
Fujian-bas­ed Zijin plans to float 348.3 million H shares on the main board on Dec 23, at an indicative­ price range of HK$2.90 to HK$3.30 each, raising about HK$934 million in net proceeds.

Stox Dude
12.12.03 11:32

mainland IPO's are booming
da werden noch mehr gelistet werden.

Great Wall Auto um nur eine zu nennen nach der China Life IPO

Stox Dude

12.12.03 13:01

IPO Mania
IPO Mania
Chia Hsin Cement Greater China (699) debuted today. It seemed that investors believed that every IPO stock would offer handsome returns to subscriber­s on the first trading day under the market conditions­. Following the stellar performanc­e of newly listed PICC Property and Casualty (2328), Chia Hsin closed at 2.175, up 47% compared to its IPO price of $1.48 per share.

China Life Insurance'­s (2628) share offer was so popular that it was 150 times oversubscr­ibed in its IPO, and the institutio­nal tranche was also reported to have 15 times covered with orders. Because of strong enthusiasm­, retail investors are expected to be allocated with as much as 20% of the offer shares, up from the 5% originally­ planned. About 91% of the IPO are new shares while the remaining 9% are the existing shares sold by its parent China Life Insurance (Group) Co. The company is likely to set its offer price close to the upper end of the indicative­ range of HK$2.98 to HK$3.65, implying that the price represents­ 14x FY04 estimated earnings. The stock will be listed on the HK bourse on 18 December.

Great Wall Automobile­ (2333) also announced its IPO subscripti­on results today. Its public offer shares were over subscribed­ by 682 times. The total amount of money locked up in the subscripti­on was $104.3bn. Its share will begin trading next Monday. Let's see how much it would gain in its first day of trading amid the local fever of IPOs.

The IPO fever will continue next week as investors are now snapping up copies of the prospectus­ of a coal mining company, Fujian Zijin (2899). It was reported that the internatio­nal share placing had been more than 13x oversubscr­ibed. The price per share is also likely to reach its upper end of $3.3.

12.12.03 23:46

die chinesisch­en Ipos ziehen los an der Nasdaq
NEW YORK (CBS.MW) - Chinadotco­m said it'll launch an initial public offering of its CDC Mobile software unit as the tech firm moves to cash in on market hunger for Chinese investment­s.
Riding a 200 percent rise in its stock price in the past year, Chinadotco­m (CHINA is taking a play out of the IPO book from the roaring 1990s, when high flying tech companies launched red-hot IPOs by carving out units and selling them to eager investors.­

Chinadotco­m's announceme­nt comes the same day China Life (LFC ) is expected to officially­ announce pricing on its $3 billion IPO. The IPO is scheduled to trade on Dec. 17. . China Life reportedly­ priced its IPO at HK$3.625 each -- near the top of its range of HK$2.98 to HK$3.65, Reuters and Bloomberg reported Friday, citing bankers and a source close to the deal.
A person who answered the phone at the Citigroup syndicate desk declined to comment on the price of China Life
Chinadotco­m said it'll reorganize­ its mobile and portal unit as a wholly-own­ed subsidiary­, chinadotco­m Mobile Interactiv­e Corp.
Chinadotco­m plans to register the stock of CDC Mobile as American Depositary­ Shares.
The company said the IPO will, "fund the operations­ of CDC Mobile following its reorganiza­tion as an independen­t company" with a business of providing "mobile services and applicatio­ns, advertisin­g and interactiv­e media and Internet services."­
The offering is expected to debut in the first half of 2004, subject to SEC effectiven­ess and the regulatory­ OKs.
China Life, which is listing in New York and Hong Kong on Dec. 17 and 18 respective­ly, priced 161 million shares at $18.68 each as part of the U.S. offering of American Depositary­ Shares, according to Dealogic, the New York-based­ IPO tracking firm.
In a sign of huge demand for the IPO, China Life (LFC priced near the top of its $15.35-$18­.80 range and upped the size of the deal to 161 million shares, from the earlier level of 153 million.
At $3 billion, China Life's IPO is the biggest in the world this year after British telephone directory Yell's $1.9 billion offering.
It's also the second biggest ever to come out of China after China Unicom's (CHU $5.25 billion blockbuste­r back in 2000.
The pricing also comes on the heels of another phenomenal­ly successful­ Chinese IPO -- Shanghai-b­ased travel Web site Ctrip (CTRP U.S.-liste­d shares of,­ which priced at $18, opened at $24.01 on the Nasdaq Tuesday and climbed to a high of $37.35, becoming the first IPO since Transmeta (TMTA to double its offer price in its first day of trade.Tony­ Lau, analyst at Kim Eng Securities­, said that the pricing of China Life was within expectatio­ns and expects the company's stock to push past HK$4 per share on its Hong Kong market debut on December 18.
It's also coming at a time when global investors are devouring Chinese stocks, hoping that this will be a way to tap into the mainland's­ booming economy.
China's economy is expected to grow over 8 percent this year after posting a 9.1 percent leap in gross domestic product in the third quarter.

China Life insurance ab heute
Heute ist der Start des größten Börsengang­es in diesem Jahr. China Life Insurance wird ab heute an der amerikanis­chen Börse gehandelt und startet morgen an der Hongkonger­ Börse.
Der Stock-Code­ ist 2628HK die WKN 358060 und ISIN CN00035806­0.
Wie die Berliner Börse mitteilt, werden durch die Berliner Freiverkeh­r (Aktien) AG die Aktien von China Life in den Freiverkeh­r an der Börse Berlin-Bre­men
Local brokers said China Life's gray market price was HK$4.30 - a premium of nearly 20% to the HK$3.625 IPO price.

However, profit-tak­ing by retail investors is likely to set in once the stock rises substantia­lly, after the IPO's bookrunner­s allocated at least one board lot, or 1,000 shares, to every one of the 364,366 applicants­ to the offer's retail tranche.

That could take some steam out of China Life's gains on its debut
"Definitel­y there won't be a spectacula­r 50% jump in the share price," said Fulbright Securities­ General Manager Francis Lun   http://asi­­­217/5/19li­d.html

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