The Post-issue Market Performance of Initial Public Offerings in China's New Stock Markets
In this paper, we investigate the post-issue market performance of initial public offerings (IPOs) in China's new stock markets. Our analysis focuses on whether and how institutional features unique to China differentially affect IPO performance. These features include the existence of dual-class shares for the same underlying firms (A-shares issued to domestic investors and B-shares issued to foreign investors) and the unusually long time lag between the offering and listing dates. Our sample consists of 277 A-share and 65 B-share IPOs that were listed on China's new stock markets during the 1992-95 period. Our study has a number of interesting results. First, Ashare IPOs are much more severely underpriced during the initial return period than B-share IPOs. Second, B-share IPOs underperform Ashare IPOs (and the market) during the post-issue periods for up to three years. Third, the results of multivariate regression analyses strongly suggest that economic factors determining the post-issue performance of IPOs differ across the A-share and B-share samples. Copyright 2000 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Volume (Year): 14 (2000)
Issue (Month): 4 (June)
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