Newly listed firms fail to make gains

Nissin Foods, which is based in Osaka and is a spinoff of Tokyo-listed Nissin Foods Holdings, raised HK$951 million from its Hong Kong offering. The retail tranche of its IPO was oversubscribed 32 times. Meanwhile, Solis Holdings (2227) opened trading …
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