The broader market had a very tough go of it in 2021, but you wouldn't know it unless you do some digging. From Reddit and Diamond Hands to SPACs and a stealth bear market, it's been a wild ride.
The Artificial Intelligence company SenseTime, judged part of the Chinese military complex, will try again with its US$767 million listing in Hong Kong.
The grill maker's stock is down plenty from its peak and is well under its initial offering price of August.
The department store retailer seems undervalued based on activist investor interest and the inclusion of Sephora shops in many of its locations.
The Hong Kong-based company SenseTime protests its inclusion on a U.S. sanctions list for supplying AI software to the Chinese surveillance state.
Despite the expectation of a tougher sledding for high-flying IPOs, optimism remains for a few key names.
After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.
China's ride-hailing market leader is bowing to Chinese government pressure and will exit the New York Stock Exchange.
Beijing regulators push top management of the ride-hailing app to make the move after a disastrous IPO, according to media reports.
Shares of the social media giant have produced zero net return since its IPO, yet it's a better company today than it was then.