Japan’s SG Holdings debuts on Tokyo market in largest IPO of year

TOKYO — SG Holdings, owner of Japan’s second-largest parcel delivery company, Sagawa Express, made its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s first section Wednesday, opening at 1,900 yen, 17% above its offering price of 1,620 yen. The opening price valued …
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