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Stock Connect Roundup: Heng Seng Index Rises Following President Xi’s Arrival
SH-HK northbound turnover went up 37% to RMB6.0bn with 67% buy trades. SZ-HK northbound turnover went down 24% to RMB3.8bn with 62% buy trades. A-shares market bounced back and Heng Seng index also finished strong today. SHCOMP bounced back and lifted 0.47% to 3188.06, SICOM also went up 0.58% to 10,511.86, and CSI 300 also went up 0.62% at 3,668.83. The coal industry was the best performing sector, +1.78% while the printing and packaging industry was the worst performing sector, -0.41%. The most active stocks in northbound SH-HK and SZ-HK were Ping An Insurance [601318:CH] +2.78% and Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology [002415:CH] +4.00%.
ZTE to Invest in Brazilian Telco Oi
ZTE [0763:HK] and US PE firm TPG Capital plan to invest in Brazilian Carrier Oi, who filed for bankruptcy protection last year, according to Bloomberg on June 29. Oi is currently seriously cash-strapped and its liabilities has hit USD190bn, said reports. Oi and TPG declined to comment.
China Mobile Announces IoT Development Plan
China Mobile [CHL:US] published its Internet of Things (IoT) development plan today on the 2017 World Mobile Congress in Shanghai, announcing its plan to establish a China Mobile IoT alliance. China Mobile also promoted new IoT products and solutions on the congress, including two new technologies, namely the narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) and enhanced machine-type communication (eMTC). The company also planned to put its NB-IoT technology into commercial uses by 2017.
Yidao to be Taken Over by PE
Yidao, a leading online car-hailing company in China, announced that LeEco is no longer a controlling shareholder of the company on June 28, however, the former management team is still responsible for operating the firm now. News sources from NetEase said that Yidao received investment from TaoYun Beijing Investment Fund Management, a PE investor of LeEco, to close its funding gap.
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