This huge IPO shows we don’t need a ‘third board’ to attract tech stocks

Zhong An Online Property and Casualty Insurance, China’s first online-only insurer, closed 9 per cent up from its IPO price on Thursday in its Hong Kong debut. With an oversubscription of nearly 400 times from retail investors, the company had priced its …
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