Four investment banks launched a total of seven call warrants on shares of the Bank of China (BoC) in Singapore on June 1, the same day the shares started trading in Hong Kong.
For Singapore investors, Deutsche Bank first rolled out two call warrants on BoC shares on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) to coincide with the initial public offering (IPO). The two warrants will mature on December 4 and 18, respectively, with strikes of HK$3.20 and HK$3.50. On June 5, the German bank added another call
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