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Stock Connect Roundup: China Stocks Slipped over S&P Downgrade
SH-HK northbound turnover went down 20% to RMB5.0bn with 45% buy trades. SZ-HK northbound turnover went down 9% to RMB4.8bn with 60% buy trades. Both Chinese market and Hong Kong market slipped over S&P downgrade today. SHCOMP went down 0.16% to 3352.53, SICOM went down 0.26% to 11,069.82, and CSI 300 slightly went down 0.09 at 3,837.73. Appliance industry was one of the best performing sectors, +0.85%. Ceramic industry was the worst performing sector, -1.42%. The most active stocks in northbound SH-HK and SZ-HK were Kweichow Moutai [600519:CH] at +0.23% and Gree Electric Appliances Inc of Zhuhai [000651:CH] at +3.32%.
CSRC on M&A Information Disclosure
CSRC said on September 22 that it will step up oversight of information disclosure on M&A deals, and that it has revised relevant regulations. The securities regulator hopes to crack down on fraudulent corporate restructuring, cut down on the required disclosure items, and shorten the allowed trading suspension period. CSRC also said they will not condone market manipulation, insider trading, and tunneling.
HTC Launches Cloud VR Service
HTC [2498:TT] is launching its first could VR service in Dalian with Dalian Television and Beijing Cyber Cloud, according to Business Insider citing Engadget on September 21. Connecting VR with cloud storage enables consumers to watch VR content directly without waiting for downloads or use PCs.
JD.com to Raise USD500m Through Loan
E-commerce giant JD.com [JD:US] has hired Bank of China [3988:HK], Bank of America Merrill Lynch [BAC:US], Deutsche Bank [DB:US], and Standard Chartered [STAN:GB] as the book runners and lead managers in its loan financing deal, who will start underwriting the loan in the coming few days. The company will be raising USD500m through a five-year, lump sum payment loan, and the proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes.
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