Xiaomi IPO: Set to be the biggest deal since 2016

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi is expected to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 9 July, in a deal that could raise up to USD 4.7bn. Once it goes public, you can buy and sell Xiaomi shares directly or trade the stock as a CFD with Saxo.

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Xiaomi IPO facts

Xiaomi IPO facts

Xiaomi is a Chinese consumer electronics company founded in 2010. It started life by selling high-quality smartphones at lower prices than its competitors, and has grown to become the fourth-biggest smartphone player globally. It now offers a variety of products, including smart TVs, Wi-Fi routers, air and water purifiers, and lighting.

Company name: Xiaomi
Ticker symbol: 01810:xhkg
Exchange: Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Exp. listing date: 9 July
Exp. price range: HKD 17-22
Filing amount: Up to USD 4.7bn
Shares offered: 2.18bn
Exp. market cap: USD 53.9 - 69.8bn 

Saxo will offer trading on the secondary market from Xiaomi’s first day as a listed company. Its shares will be available for online order entry after the markets close on Friday 6 July (expected listing date of Monday 9 July).

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