Monday, September 22, 2014   

Huisheng shares gain 7pc in trading debut
(02-28 09:52)

Shares in Hunan-based pork supplier Huisheng International (1340) gained by 7.3 percent in their trading debut today on the main board, opening at HK$2.2, up by HK$0.15, compared with the listing price of HK$2.05.
The heavily-subscribed offer of shares traded 11percent above the offer price in the gray market yesterday.
Huisheng priced the offering at the upper limit of the price range of between HK$1.45 and HK$2.05 per share. The company raised HK$164 million. –The Standard

   
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