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Old July 28th, 2004, 01:10 AM   #1
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Hong Kong IPO News

Hong Kong is a major fund-raising centre for Chinese companies. 2004 has been a very busy year in the IPO scene. In the first quarter of 2004, there were 8 new equity listings on the main board. Equity IPO & post-IPO fund-raising totalled HK$36 billion. Average daily turnover was HK$19.7 billion.

Tuesday July 27, 5:37 PM
HK PRESS: China Netcom Seeking HK, US IPOs; May List Oct

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--China Network Communications Group, the country's number two fixed-line operator, put in applications last week with U.S. and Hong Kong regulators to list in those markets, the Hong Kong Economic Times reported Tuesday.

The company, known as China Netcom, is likely to start marketing its initial public offering by the end of September at the earliest, and list in October, the paper said.

Hong Kong fixed-line operator PCCW Ltd. (PCW) said in May it was in "confidential discussions" with China Netcom about a joint venture, including the possibility of China Netcom taking a stake in PCCW's fixed-line phone business.

The Economic Times report said even if the talks were concluded before the launch of China Netcom's IPO, China Netcom won't likely pay for a stake in PCCW using IPO shares.
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Wednesday July 28, 2:27 PM
Chinese telecoms giant preparing for US$1.5 billion initial public offering in New York, Hong Kong

(AP) State-run China Netcom, the country's second largest fixed-line telephone operator, has applied to list its shares in New York and Hong Kong in an initial public offering expected to raise US$1.5 billion, state media reported Wednesday.

The company, formally named China Network Communications Group Corp., filed applications with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange last week, the official newspaper China Daily reported.

Citing unnamed sources, it said the initial public offering was expected to take place in September.

China Netcom plans to list shares in its networks in six provinces and cities in northern China and its operations in Shanghai and Guangdong, the report said.

The company's nationwide broadband business and an overseas network it bought last year from Asia Global Crossing would also be included, it said.

The company plans to sell one-quarter of its share capital.

China Netcom was formed by a government restructuring of the former state phone monopoly that set up two competing corporations: China Netcom Group in the north, and China Telecom in the south.

The company incorporated two small data-communications companies, China Netcom Corp. and Jitong Network Communications Co., and 10 provincial telephone networks formerly belonging to China Telecom.

China Netcom has assets worth 240 billion yuan (US$29 billion), the China Daily said.

The independent newspaper Hong Kong Economic Times reported Tuesday that China Netcom has made a 23 billion yuan (US$2.8 billion) writedown of its assets in order to list its shares at an attractively low price.

The company expects to report a net loss of 11 billion yuan (US$1.3 billion) for this year, it said, citing banking sources.

The report said the huge writedown was apparently aimed at avoiding a repeat of the embarrassment that faced China Telecom when it failed in its first attempt to sell shares in 2002.

The company slashed the value of its share offering by half, eventually raising US$1.43 billion instead of the originally planned US$3.7 billion.
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Old July 29th, 2004, 01:22 AM   #3
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hkskyline, do you know a list that shows the value of stock markets around the world?
i wanna know the hk ranking.
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Old July 29th, 2004, 05:54 PM   #4
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Stock market capitalisation data is very hard to come by. I've been searching for a top 10 list for a long time and haven't found anything good at all. The HK Stock Exchange reports its results in August. Usually they'll mention something about the topic. I believe HKEx is among the top 10 in the world.

Wednesday July 28, 8:04 PM
CHINA PRESS: Bank of Commun Eyes Shanghai, HK Listings

BEIJING (Dow Jones)--Bank of Communications, China's fifth largest lender, is planning to list on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets, the 21st Century Business Herald reports, citing an internal management memo.

Central Huijin Investment Co. will invest 3 billion yuan ($1=CNY8.28) into the Shanghai-based bank, the report said, citing Huijin's Deputy General Manager Li Xiaoming.

State-run Central Huijin Investment is the biggest shareholder of both Bank of China (BCH.YY) and China Construction Bank (CCB.YY), two of China's four major state-owned commercial banks.

Newspaper Web site: http://www.nanfangdaily.com.cn
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Old July 30th, 2004, 07:30 AM   #5
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Ranking of Top 15 International Stock Exchanges by
Market Capitalisationas at 31 October 1996
(US$ million) *
RANK STOCK EXCHANGE MARKET CAP

1. NEW YORK 6 860 234.0
2. TOKYO 3 210 437.0
3. CHICAGO 1 666 287.2
4. LONDON 1 608 482.6
5. NASDAQ 1 415 132.0
6. GERMANY 621 520.0
7. PARIS 564 715.3
8. TORONTO 470 467.2
9. SWITZERLAND 407 835.7
10. HONG KONG 403 511.3
11. AMSTERDAM 345 783.0
12. AUSTRALIA 295 979.6
13. KUALA LAMPUR 292 660.9
14. JOHANNESBURG 248 835.8
15. TAIWAN 239 999.1


World Stock Markets - Ranked by Domestic Market Capitalisation
(December 2001)



The 10 biggest stock markets in the world by market capitalization in 2002
1. NYSE 9 015 270
2. Tokyo 2 069 299
3. Nasdaq 1 994 494
4. London 1 856 194
5. Euronext 1 538 684
6. Deutsche Börse 686 013
7. TSX Group 570 223
8. Swiss Exchange 547 020
9. Borsa Italiana 477 075
10. Hong Kong 463 054

The 10 biggest stock markets in the world by market capitalization in 2003
1. NYSE 11 328 953
2. Tokyo 2 953 098
3. Nasdaq 2 844 192
4. London 2 460 064
5. Euronext 2 076 410
6. Deutsche Börse 1 079 026
7. TSX Group 888 677
8. Swiss Exchange 727 103
9. Hong Kong 714 597
10. Borsa Italiana 614 841

Information from International Federation of Stock Exchanges (fibv)

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Old July 31st, 2004, 06:25 AM   #6
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TSX means taiwan stock exchange??

Euronext means the whole europe trade there or...?
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Old July 31st, 2004, 07:17 AM   #7
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TSX should be the Toronto Stock Exchange. There was a reorganization of the indices and components a while back. The index changed from the TSE300 to the S&P TSX.


Euronext N.V. is the world's first cross border exchange business. It provides services for cash markets in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Portugal, and for derivatives in the UK.
http://www.euronext.com/editorial/wi...997839,00.html
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Old July 31st, 2004, 10:42 AM   #8
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The Euronext was mainly merged from the Paris and Frankfurt stock exchange market and became the second largest stock market in Europe.

As you can see that the Paris and Frankfurt markets were still individually ranked back in 1996.
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Old July 31st, 2004, 10:46 AM   #9
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Why is HSENG more famous than TSX while it is smaller?

I mean when you turn on the TV anywhere in the world, you would see Dow Jones, NASDAQ, NIKKEI, FTSE, CAC, HSENG being reported, but not TSX.
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Old July 31st, 2004, 01:55 PM   #10
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oh I can't believe Korean stock market isn't in the top 15...in these few months many things like samsung, LG, hyundai advertisements...are surrounded us in hong kong, but I can't see it in the top 15...ah and I can't believe hong kong is no.10...!!

How about shanghai A, B, Shenzhen A, B? What is it? How come I never heard of Los angeles A, B stock; San Francisco A, B stock, but in China have so many different stock market? (I don't know much about stock, just to learn) Can anyone give some links about these standings for me? Thanks!!~
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Old July 31st, 2004, 06:23 PM   #11
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Actually. Taiwan should be moving up the list as it is being upgraded early next year by many major index-tracking funds around the world. It will, in May '05, have the largest weight in these funds for the emerging world market funds. It will however be at the expense of Korea and Hong Kong as billions are expected to flow out of those markets and into Taiwan's markets. The most optimistic outlooks say new IPO's and the TW gov'ts aggressive campaign to have the Taiex become a premier capital market in Asia will bring up to 300 billion USD to the Taiex in the period following its weighting upgrade.
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Old July 31st, 2004, 06:30 PM   #12
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Shanghai and Shenzhen's stock exchanges are comparatively small. The A index is for local Chinese investors while foreigners can invest on the B market.

Shanghai Stock Exchange


December 2002 ended with over 35.6 million investors and 715 listed companies. The total market capitalization of SSE hit RMB 2.5 trillion. In 2002, Capital raised from SSE market surpassed RMB 61.4 billion. A large number of companies from key industries, infrastructure and high-tech sectors have not only raised capital, but also improved their operation mechanism through listing on Shanghai stock market.
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Old August 1st, 2004, 05:11 AM   #13
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as more chinese companies will be listed in HK stock exchange, i think the ranking will keep rising.
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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:42 AM   #14
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^Exactly, i'm still think that taiwan & korean stock exchanges should be in the list since we hear about them most of the time.
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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:37 PM   #15
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yes.. its much easier to list in hk than in taiwan.. it takes only ~9 months to file a listing on the hang seng
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^Exactly, i'm still think that taiwan & korean stock exchanges should be in the list since we hear about them most of the time.
haha yes, in MTR have samsung ads, korean movie ads, in tv have samsung, LG, Hyundai...etc ads, Korean drama that many women like to watch...hehe, Korean movie stars ads (Olympus), entertainment news that many women likes; HK golden computer, so many samsung, LGs. Especially in football match, both the Europe match and South America match the ads in the football pit is surrounded by Hyundai...haha. And other TV programs, sports, are sponsored by samsung, hyundai...etc. Bus ads, with Korean air conditioner, dvd player...electronics.etc. Really feel these months are surrounded by Korean products, and Samsung is working so hard against Sony, Panasonic...etc. But no listing in the top 15?? Taiwan is still higher in the stock market?
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Thursday August 5, 6:29 PM
HK Set For US$25B Worth Of China IPOs In Next Yr-ABN Amro

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Even though recent initial public offerings by Chinese companies in Hong Kong have faced a lukewarm reception at best, there is a strong pipeline of mainland China listing candidates that could raise up to US$25 billion in the next 12 months, a senior banker said at a conference Thursday.

ABN Amro Rothschild's managing director of equity capital markets, Piers Higson Smith, said five Hong Kong IPOs by China companies would raise as much as US$6.5 billion in the fourth quarter of this year alone.

"They are on a committed track to raise funds," he said at the Cross-Border Listings by China Firms conference being held in Hong Kong Thursday and Friday.

The five are: Dongfeng Motor Corp., which is set to raise up to US$1 billion; China Minsheng Banking Corp. (600016.SH), also looking to raise up to US$1 billion; China Power International Holdings, which will raise between US$500 million and US$1 billion; China Network Communications Group, or China Netcom, which could raise about US$1.5 billion; and coal giant Shenhua Group Corp., which could raise up to US$2 billion.

The Hang Seng Index, which closed 1.7% higher Thursday at 12491.92, has been on a downward trajectory since hitting a 35-month high of 13928.38 on Feb. 18.

"Interest rate concerns have been hanging over the market, there have been worries about the (Chinese) government taking an aggressive stance in slowing its economy, and many hedge funds had taken the view that the U.S. dollar wouldn't weaken further and so liquidated Asian assets to buy U.S. assets," Smith said.

"Looking into the second half of the year, there are concerns about (high) oil prices, the U.S. elections and corporate earnings, but we believe these concerns are overdone," he added.

After a frenzy for Chinese IPOs sparked by 2003's largest IPO, that of China Life Insurance Co. (LFC) late last year, recent mainland listings in Hong Kong have generally performed badly in aftermarket trade.

Aside from exceptions such as the IPOs of Tencent Holdings Ltd. (0700.HK), the operator of QQ, China's largest instant messaging platform, or Inner Mongolian milk producer Mengniu Dairy Co. (2319.HK), most recent IPOs have gone the way of chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMI), which tumbled 8% on its trading debut in March.

Shares in China's second-largest life insurer, Ping An Insurance Co. (2318.HK), which raised HK$14.3 billion in Hong Kong's largest IPO so far this year, are still trading below their HK$10.33 offer price. They closed at HK$10.0 Thursday.
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China Film sets stage for share sale in HK
Olivia Chung, HK Standard

State-owned China Film Group, the mainland's largest movie maker and distributor, plans to sell shares in Hong Kong, but details have not yet been worked out.

Some things seems certain though: the group will spin off its better businesses as a new listed unit and will not seek to sell the company as a whole, company officials said.

"To list on the [Hong Kong] stock market is a good way for our group to restructure itself because the group has similar problems to those facing other state-owned enterprises, including too many staff,'' Qi Zhiyong, director of the general office of China Film Digital, a subsidiary of China Film Group, said. "If we spin off some businesses that perform well, we could attract investment and divert staff to work there.''

China Film was chosen by the central government to spearhead a restructuring of the country's film and distribution business, he said. The group hopes to restructure itself through listing. "Listing the whole group, including some operations that perform poorly, is no good for the development of the group,'' he said.

As part of its restructuring to prepare for the listing, China Film is boosting capital by selling some fixed assets while increasing investment in projects.

"The group has sold the Beijing Film Studio and is investing into a film and television shooting base in [Beijing's] Huairou,'' he said.

Yang Buting, chairman of the China Film Group, said central authorities approved the group's listing plan.

"According to current rules, a company applying for listing must prove its profitability in three years after filing in its application for listing,'' Yang said. "But our group has been exempted from this requirement and the authorities will only require us to present a three-year track record before filing the application.''

Both Yang and Qi declined to specify which parts of China Film will be included in the new unit.

Yang said the group wants foreign investors to take stakes in its business, but will insist that it be the controlling shareholder in any joint ventures. China Film Group, established in February, 1999, has more than 20 subsidiaries including film production, imports and exports, distribution and cinemas. It employs more than 3,700 people.

Last year, the group produced more than 50 movies, half of the country's total, and made an operational income of more than 200 million yuan (HK$188.5 million). The group opened 50 digital cinemas last year, making China second in the number of high-tech cinemas after the US.

Emperor Multimedia Group chief executive officer Albert Lee said the group's share sale should go well given its dominance of the Chinese film production and distribution markets.

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'Expensive' HK still attracts mainland IPOs
Olivia Chung, Hong Kong Standard

Despite the relatively high cost of selling shares in Hong Kong, mainland enterprises still prefer launching their initial public offerings (IPO) here to take advantage of superior services and access to international capital.

At the Hong Kong Investment Environment Seminar, co-organised by InvestHK and the Guangdong provincial government, some mainland companies seeking a listing in Hong Kong complained about the high cost of going public in the territory.

Liu Zhixing, executive vice-president of the Shenzhen-listed Midea Group, said the cost of listing in Hong Kong, including sponsorship, underwriting commission and listing fees, is high.

"The cost of listing in Hong Kong is about 60 per cent higher than in the United States and Britain, which has some influence on my company's listing plan,'' he said on Friday.

The top air-conditioner and white-goods manufacturer, which is based in Guangdong's Foshan city, plans to sell shares in its generator, compressor, air-conditioner and microwave manufacturing businesses.

Liu refused to say when and how much his company plans to raise funds.

However, he said Hong Kong's geographical proximity and cultural affinities still make it a better place for Guangdong companies to sell shares than other foreign markets. "Apart from sharing many similarities with Guangdong, Hong Kong can provide free information flow to the markets."

And accounting standards in the US and other countries "are very different from those of the mainland''.

Guangdong Kelon Electrical Holdings Company chief executive and president Cong Mengliu echoed Liu's views.

"Hong Kong can provide high-quality accounting and legal services for listing - the professionals can handle accounting reports, legal documents and other things in foreign languages very well," he said. "Besides, the companies have easier access to international capital.'' Also represented at the seminar was the mainland's largest security glass producer, Guangdong Golden Glass Technologies. The firm produces toughened and laminated glass.

Chairman Zhuang Dajian said the company plans to raise HK$100 million to HK$200 million on the Hong Kong stock exchange's GEM board as early as this year, even though selling shares here is 10 times more expensive than on the mainland.

The company's plan has been approved by mainland authorities, although it has not made a listing application in Hong Kong. Funds will buy more production facilities and be used as working capital.

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London Stock Exchange Opens Office in Hong Kong

London Stock Exchange to Open in Hong Kong

Wed Sep 8,11:39 AM ET

HONG KONG - The London Stock Exchange will set up an Asia-Pacific office in Hong Kong in hopes of attracting listings from mainland Chinese companies, a spokesman said Wednesday.

"Hong Kong was chosen as we feel it is the best strategic location for covering mainland China and the Asia-Pacific region," said Simon Wheeler, a spokesman at the London exchange.

The new office will support the exchange's efforts to attract Asian companies, including small- and medium-sized Chinese ones, to London's market.

Chinese enterprises raised a total of 23 billion euros ($19 billion) through overseas listing last year, the exchange's Asia-Pacific President, Zhu Xiaojian, was quoted as saying in the pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po newspaper.

Speaking at an investment forum in the southern Chinese province of Fijian, Zhu said the Hong Kong office will open by early November.

The announcement follows a similar move by the New York Stock Exchange, which has already established an office here to draw listings.
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