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Alibaba eyes $12.9 bn Hong Kong IPO after setting price: reports

Chinese online retail titan Alibaba could raise almost USD 13 billion in Hong Kong s biggest IPO for nearly a decade after pricing its shares for the mega sale, reports said on Wednesday. Asia s biggest company has called the listing a multi-billion-dollar vote of confidence in the city s markets as it is wracked by months of violent protests and the China-US trade war, which have sent its economy into recession. Alibaba will sell 500 million shares to investors at HK dollar176, according to Bloomberg News, below the maximum HK dollar 188 of its indicative price range. The number eight is considered auspicious in China. That could rake in USD 11 billion but if it chooses to use its over-allotment option to sell a further 75 million shares, the firm could make HK dollar 101.2 billion (USD 12.9 billion), the South China Morning Post said. Even at the low end, the listing would still be Hong Kong s largest initial public offering since insurance giant AIA raised USD 20.5 billion in ...


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