Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi raised nearly $4 billion in a combined sale of shares and convertible bonds in the biggest top-up funding placement in Hong Kong, according to a filing to the city’s stock exchange.
The smartphone maker raised $3.1 billion selling shares for HK$23.70 ($3.06) each, the low end of an expected price range. That price represented a 9.4 per cent discount to Xiaomi’s closing price of HK . . .
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