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Telephone interview: How did greenshoe option help ABC's share performance?

08-16-2010 10:58 BJT

Background: Shares of AgBank have managed to maintain above its IPO price during the month since it went public, although it fell nearly to the line several times. But from today, its share price will lose protection from the green-shoe option, as the bank has fully completed the option. Full story >>

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For more insights on the trading of Agbank, joining us on the line is Chen Jiahe from Cinda Securities.

1. Agbank has been struggling to stir interest at investors since its debut on July 15th. How the greenshoe option has helped its shares' performance in the past month?

2. Now the rural lender is boasting the biggest IPO ever in the world. Why does it matter so much to the bank, and how can it benefit from it in the future?

3. Agbank carried out a similar option for its Hong Kong listing last month. Why did the decision for A-shares come half-a-month late? Can we say the after-market demands for its shares in Hong Kong are greater?

4. With the greenshoe, Agbank managed to stay above the IPO price in the past month. How do you see its trading after that?

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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