China has launched a NASDAQ-rival, STAR, for tech stocks (1), causing share prices to rise (2) while replacing the need for startups to list on international exchanges (3). With demand for listings high, IPO valuations are soaring (4).
Other parts of Asia are opening up with Myanmar’s stock market now allowing direct ownership of shares (5), with plans for alternative trading in unlisted companies (6).
The early phase of the new exchange has been rocked by volatility (7) after a more relaxed “market driven” pricing mechanism was put in place (8), while losses are piling up in Hong Kong with a severe losing streak not seen in decades (9).
Indian equity markets have also felt the downward pressure of negative socioeconomic and political sentiment (10).
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