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Chinese Companies Hold Record IPOs in Hundreds of Billions of $$ in US, Despite Ongoing Political Tensions US And China.
May 3, 2021 07:03:35   #
Radiance3
 
This is a very risky move. Personally, I won't buy any Chinese IPO's for the following reasons.
1. When US and Chinese ends up in global warfare for we know that China is a communist and don't adhere to US constitutional-republic policies. Tensions are high, but Biden seem to abide by China rules.

2. The financial audits could be very difficult to achieve because of the myriads of how these Chinese companies are operated. I am aware, Chinese are a very dishonest and clever when it comes to their financial operations.

The democrats are part of that cause their teachers, and federal employees retirement funds are also involved.

3.Though the Biden administration is moving towards communism with China as the role model, and perhaps these people ensure that this will happen pretty soon.

We are on that stage already when our Bill of Rights are violated. Our Declaration of Independence is being violated by the Biden administration. Hope this corrupt administration will be thrown out in 2024. Unless Congress are able to vote and change policies favoring communism before power structure changes.

ASAP we must remove this communist democrats as soon as possible, please.

The problem is that individual investors could not control where their retirement funds are invested. The 401k's, 403B's and many others federal retirement funds, where these companies have billions of $$ in shares bought from Chinese companies.

I am so upset but I don't have control of that. So much of my retirement funds are at the 403B's and Deferred Income Investment program. This I recent that investment. Not aware before how these funds were invested, but I know now, and I fear the financial insecurities that could happen.

China is smart. The fact that they are communist, they apply that freedom of "CAPITALISM". They know that it produces wealth and economic growth. On the contrary Biden is destroying capitalism, by destroying those who lay the golden eggs. Now who is dumb ?

I would never want the Biden communism, and if that happens, it will be a long time of grief and disappointment. 99% of DIMS favor Joe Biden's move to communism. He has started that already by taking so much money of the so called rich to distribute to the so called poor, the lazy and handouts.

The purpose is to make everybody equal to remove power from the people and ultimately all centered towards the government. All freedom cancelled and we are required to unite and obey like China at the dictates of the government. America is on her way to communism.

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The United States and China, the world’s two biggest economies are becoming increasingly intertwined financially, especially on the IPO front.

Even as the U.S. Congress begins to tighten the reins on China-based companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges, these companies continue to seek American capital. They have raised record amounts of equity capital through initial public offerings (IPOs) on U.S. exchanges this year.

There are certainly reasons for China-based companies to be hesitant to list here. Some China-based companies were recently delisted from U.S. stock exchanges, such as the three major Chinese state-owned telecom providers and the energy firm China National Offshore Oil Corp.

In March, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it would begin implementing the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act to enforce more stringent disclosure rules on foreign companies whose stocks trade in the United States. Such efforts to gain more transparency and greater oversight of China-based companies have bipartisan political support in Washington.

However, these actions have had little effect on the parade of China-based companies lining up to hold their IPOs on U.S. exchanges.

Since drugmaker Qilian International Holding Group Ltd. became the first China-based company to take its shares to Nasdaq this year, China-based companies have raised around $4.4 billion through March 31 in 20 separate IPO transactions, according to data from Deloitte & Touche. The largest IPO was the $1.6 billion share issuance by RLX Technology Inc., a maker of e-cigarettes. This is an extraordinary pace considering that last year during the same quarter, there were only six U.S. IPOs raising $370 million for China-based companies.

And there are several high-profile Chinese IPOs on the is ByteDance’s Douyin, the short-form video social media app that is the Chinese version of TikTok.
Didi Chuxing, China’s No. 1 ride-hailing app, is a sure bet for an IPO in the United States later this year. Didi has a long list of famous backers including Tencent, Alibaba, Japan’s SoftBank, Toyota, and Uber, is one of China’s biggest tech unicorns, and has already confidentially filed a form S-1 in anticipation of a New York Stock Exchange listing. Uber’s stake in Didi was a result of it selling its own China subsidiary to Didi in 2016.

Hello TransTech, a bicycle-sharing platform, is another China-based company preparing for a U.S. offering, according to a South China Morning Post report. Hello is backed by Ant Group and has an estimated valuation of $5 billion, according to its latest round of financing.

So why do so many China-based companies continue to list their stock on U.S. exchanges despite clear regulatory risks? In short, market access and the associated liquidity.

The U.S. stock market is an ocean compared to China’s pond. The total market value of all Chinese-domiciled companies traded on U.S. exchanges amounted to $1.9 trillion as of April 30, according to an analysis by The Epoch Times using Bloomberg data.

The value of China’s entire stock market is about $11.7 trillion in total.

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May 3, 2021 09:33:12   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
Radiance3 wrote:
This is a very risky move. Personally, I won't buy any Chinese IPO's for the following reasons.
1. When US and Chinese ends up in global warfare for we know that China is a communist and don't adhere to US constitutional-republic policies. Tensions are high, but Biden seem to abide by China rules.

2. The financial audits could be very difficult to achieve because of the myriads of how these Chinese companies are operated. I am aware, Chinese are a very dishonest and clever when it comes to their financial operations.

The democrats are part of that cause their teachers, and federal employees retirement funds are also involved.

3.Though the Biden administration is moving towards communism with China as the role model, and perhaps these people ensure that this will happen pretty soon.

We are on that stage already when our Bill of Rights are violated. Our Declaration of Independence is being violated by the Biden administration. Hope this corrupt administration will be thrown out in 2024. Unless Congress are able to vote and change policies favoring communism before power structure changes.

ASAP we must remove this communist democrats as soon as possible, please.

The problem is that individual investors could not control where their retirement funds are invested. The 401k's, 403B's and many others federal retirement funds, where these companies have billions of $$ in shares bought from Chinese companies.

I am so upset but I don't have control of that. So much of my retirement funds are at the 403B's and Deferred Income Investment program. This I recent that investment. Not aware before how these funds were invested, but I know now, and I fear the financial insecurities that could happen.

China is smart. The fact that they are communist, they apply that freedom of "CAPITALISM". They know that it produces wealth and economic growth. On the contrary Biden is destroying capitalism, by destroying those who lay the golden eggs. Now who is dumb ?

I would never want the Biden communism, and if that happens, it will be a long time of grief and disappointment. 99% of DIMS favor Joe Biden's move to communism. He has started that already by taking so much money of the so called rich to distribute to the so called poor, the lazy and handouts.

The purpose is to make everybody equal to remove power from the people and ultimately all centered towards the government. All freedom cancelled and we are required to unite and obey like China at the dictates of the government. America is on her way to communism.

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The United States and China, the world’s two biggest economies are becoming increasingly intertwined financially, especially on the IPO front.

Even as the U.S. Congress begins to tighten the reins on China-based companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges, these companies continue to seek American capital. They have raised record amounts of equity capital through initial public offerings (IPOs) on U.S. exchanges this year.

There are certainly reasons for China-based companies to be hesitant to list here. Some China-based companies were recently delisted from U.S. stock exchanges, such as the three major Chinese state-owned telecom providers and the energy firm China National Offshore Oil Corp.

In March, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it would begin implementing the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act to enforce more stringent disclosure rules on foreign companies whose stocks trade in the United States. Such efforts to gain more transparency and greater oversight of China-based companies have bipartisan political support in Washington.

However, these actions have had little effect on the parade of China-based companies lining up to hold their IPOs on U.S. exchanges.

Since drugmaker Qilian International Holding Group Ltd. became the first China-based company to take its shares to Nasdaq this year, China-based companies have raised around $4.4 billion through March 31 in 20 separate IPO transactions, according to data from Deloitte & Touche. The largest IPO was the $1.6 billion share issuance by RLX Technology Inc., a maker of e-cigarettes. This is an extraordinary pace considering that last year during the same quarter, there were only six U.S. IPOs raising $370 million for China-based companies.

And there are several high-profile Chinese IPOs on the is ByteDance’s Douyin, the short-form video social media app that is the Chinese version of TikTok.
Didi Chuxing, China’s No. 1 ride-hailing app, is a sure bet for an IPO in the United States later this year. Didi has a long list of famous backers including Tencent, Alibaba, Japan’s SoftBank, Toyota, and Uber, is one of China’s biggest tech unicorns, and has already confidentially filed a form S-1 in anticipation of a New York Stock Exchange listing. Uber’s stake in Didi was a result of it selling its own China subsidiary to Didi in 2016.

Hello TransTech, a bicycle-sharing platform, is another China-based company preparing for a U.S. offering, according to a South China Morning Post report. Hello is backed by Ant Group and has an estimated valuation of $5 billion, according to its latest round of financing.

So why do so many China-based companies continue to list their stock on U.S. exchanges despite clear regulatory risks? In short, market access and the associated liquidity.

The U.S. stock market is an ocean compared to China’s pond. The total market value of all Chinese-domiciled companies traded on U.S. exchanges amounted to $1.9 trillion as of April 30, according to an analysis by The Epoch Times using Bloomberg data.

The value of China’s entire stock market is about $11.7 trillion in total.
i This is a very risky move. Personally, I won't... (show quote)


You think wallstreet gives a flying *$%^? They're in business to make money and they do not care WHERE it comes from.

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May 3, 2021 10:21:32   #
Radiance3
 
lpnmajor wrote:
You think wallstreet gives a flying *$%^? They're in business to make money and they do not care WHERE it comes from.


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Of course, they do that. I just don't want to invest in Chinese businesses and IPO's. Our country if it continues to be a republic, it is dangerous if war happens.

But if Biden makes our country into communist, then most of those who want to ally with them don't care about where their money goes. [/i]

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