It is said that the upper limit of jd.coms share price is HK $236 per share, which will be put on public sale on June 8

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 It is said that the upper limit of jd.coms share price is HK $236 per share, which will be put on public sale on June 8


According to the news on June 5, JD may start public offering on June 8 next week. According to the documents, the upper limit of jd.coms share price is set at HK $236 per share.

On the same day, Jingdong stock will start trading on June 18 and may raise about $3 billion. The retail subscription period is from June 8 to June 11, and the price is set on June 11.

Earlier today, Jingdong passed the Hong Kong Stock Exchange listing hearing and disclosed the post hearing data set, which disclosed the latest shareholding situation and the fund purpose of the IPO.

According to the data set, JD plans to invest IPO funds in key technology innovation based on supply chain to further improve customer experience and operational efficiency.

Specifically, JD will continue to invest in a series of key operating systems, such as intelligent pricing and inventory management system, intelligent customer service solutions and omni channel intelligent retail platform, to further develop and improve retail technology and customer participation.

At the same time, JD will continue to invest in logistics technology, realize the digitalization of logistics capability by establishing various internal systems (such as warehouse automation system, priority route planning system and intelligent hardware), and further invest in and develop advanced intelligent logistics technology in software and hardware (such as dynamic sorting system and unmanned warehouse).

In terms of equity, Liu qiangdong holds 445.5 million ordinary shares, accounting for 15.1% of the shares, with a voting right of 78.4%; Tencent holds 527.2 million ordinary shares, accounting for 17.8% of the shares, with a voting right of 4.6%; Wal Mart holds 289 million ordinary shares, accounting for 9.8% of the shares, with a voting right of 2.5%.

Source: Qiao JunJing, editor in charge of 21st century economic report_ NBJ11279