Japanese noodles maker drops 4.8pc in Hong Kong debut

The Osaka-based comp… Japanese noodles maker Nissin Foods (1475) tumbled on its debut today. At close, the spin-off of Tokyo-listed Nissin Foods Holdings dropped to HK$3.37, slipped 4.80 percent, compared with the HK$3.54 IPO price. The stock opened at …
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