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Studio discussion: Will ABC's share price dip below IPO in near future?

08-17-2010 08:49 BJT

Background: Agbank shares closed at 2.71 yuan per share on Monday, nearly one percent higher than its initial issuing price. Full story >>

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Now let's get back to Chen Jiahe for more analysis.

Q1. All eyes are on Agbank's price movement today... the first trading day without the protection of the "greenshoe" protection. It's successfully remained above its IPO price. But do you expect it to dip below that level in the near future?

Q2. How will it affect the overall banking shares and the main board, if its share price dips below the IPO price?

Q3. Now the rural lender is boasting the biggest IPO in the world. How can it benefit from this in the future?

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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