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Blackstone plans 7% yield for IPO

Fund manager and its Indian partner set tentative target for India’s first REIT listing

ndia market: The ticker for Blackstone Group is displayed at the post where it is traded on the floor of the NYSE. Blackstone is pursuing India’s first REIT as the South Asian country’s cash-starved property firms continue to recover from sweeping policy changes. — Reuters

Mi Equipment positive on the sector despite US-China trade war

Despite the growing uncertainties in the global economy, especially given the escalating trade war between China and the US, Mi Equipment Holdings Bhd remains optimistic on the prospects of the semiconductor industry.

Oh: Consumers will continue to buy gadgets and they can easily switch between brands.

Silicon Valley underpays women in stock options, too, study says

Women who work at startups earn significantly less than their male co-workers when payments in company shares are counted, according to a report released Sept 18.

Not only are women not getting the same pay as men for doing the same work, they're not getting the same stock options as the men, either. — dpa

Meituan up 5% on debut in positive signal for HK IPOs

Counter is valued at US$55bil after strong first-day showing

Meituan’s stock market performance is being seen as a test of investor appetite for Hong Kong listings against a backdrop of weak markets and previous multi-billion dollar IPOs that have struggled to hold above their issue price, such as smartphone maker Xiaomi and China Tower.

VW’s MAN sticks to lofty margin goal ahead of possible truck IPO

FRANKFURT: Volkswagen AG’s (VW) MAN unit is sticking to a profitability target it fell short of for years amid painful cost-cutting, underscoring the ambitious goal of the German automaker’s truck division to generate industry-leading returns as it prepares for a possible share sale.

Drees: We changed a lot in recent years and made a lot of improvements, but we want more. — Bloomberg

Aston Martin seeks Ferrari-like US$6.7bil listing

LONDON: Aston Martin filed for an initial public offering (IPO) in London that would value the maker of luxury sports cars as high as £5.1bil (US$6.7bil), seeking a multiple that would approach rival Ferrari NV.

“We love the brand. We respect the management team. But we simply can’t see how a Ferrari multiple looks realistic,” Max Warburton, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co, said in a research note.

Quartz’s new owner ready to fight Facebook, Twitter on home turf

Yusuke Umeda is showing unusual commitment to turning his little-known Japanese company into a global media power.

Swiss biotech firm ADC Therapeutics weighs IPO, sale

HONG KONG: ADC Therapeutics SA, a Swiss biotechnology company whose backers include UK drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc, is in the early stages of exploring options including an initial public offering (IPO) amid growing interest in innovative cancer treatments, according to people familiar with the matter.

A better option than IPO for Sapura Energy in proposed tie-up with OMV

KUALA LUMPUR: Sapura Energy Bhd's latest corporate manoeuver with Austrian oil and gas major, OMV AG, will bring about several potential benefits, including making the proposed exercise even better than an initial public offer (IPO) for Sapura Upstream Sdn Bhd, its exploration and production (E and P) arm.

As its trading debut looms, China's Meituan locked in battle of super-apps

BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Meituan Dianping, which raised US$4.2 billion (3.2 billion pounds) in its Hong Kong IPO, is one of China's super-apps, with 340 million users ordering groceries, paying bills, renting bikes and booking hotels - but it is far from alone

The delivery-to-ticketing platform, backed by internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd, is squaring off with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd-backed <BABA.N> rivals including Alipay, Ele.me and Koubei as well as Tencent's own WeChat.

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