Kingsoft Cloud Joins Chinese Companies Pivoting To Hong Kong as Delisting Risk Grows

Kingsoft Cloud seeks to list in Hong Kong after being placed on a long list of Chinese companies that can be delisted in the U.S. under a law that requires the sharing of audit data Key Takeaway: Kingsoft Cloud has joined more than 100 companies that can be delisted in the U.S. amid an impasse between Washington and Beijing over a U.S. law that requires Chinese companies listed in the country to share audit records The company’s stock has lost more than 95% of its value from its peak, hit…

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U.S.-listed Chinese Stocks May Be Set for Rebound in 2022

After a year of setbacks, Chinese stocks traded in New York and Hong Kong are regaining investor interest as the policy landscape becomes clearer Key takeaways: The regulatory storm that decimated U.S.-listed Chinese stocks last year is winding down, with shares likely to recover lost ground in 2022 By lowering the threshold for second listings, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange is becoming more attractive to mid-cap U.S.-listed Chinese companies. By Tina Yip Last year was a time international investors in Chinese stocks would rather forget. Hong Kong shares of Alibaba…

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Embattled U.S.-listed Chinese Firms Find Safer Harbor in Hong Kong

Second listings in Hong Kong help U.S.-listed Chinese companies diversify political risk as rivalry between Beijing and Washington grows Key takeaways: A second listing in Hong Kong can help U.S.-listed Chinese companies increase trading volumes and stabilize prices A more diverse investor pool can help companies recoup lost value from recent U.S. selloffs By Fai Pui Nov. 26, 2019 will go down as a landmark day for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, drawing droves of reporters from the world’s leading financial news outlets to watch history unfold. A who’s-who of…

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