99 Wuxian operates a mobile online market place, 99wuxian.com, in China, providing value-added services platform to banks and their customers. The mobile online market place offers a variety of physical and virtual goods to consumers via a mobile banking application available on a smart phone or tablet.
Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co. Limited
Leading Chinese m-commerce company 99wuxian Limited (ASX:NNW) (99wuxian) is pleased to announce encouraging progress in the further roll out of its business strategy during the month of May.
Leading Chinese m-commerce company, 99 Wuxian Ltd (ASX:NNW) provides business update.
99wuxian is to raise $20 million at 40c per CHESS Depositary Interest (CDI), the security used by the ASX to allow international companies to trade on the local market. It is equivalent to 40c a share and, if fully subscribed, will value the company at about $410 million. The CDI holders will account for under 5 per cent of the company.
Dow Jones Industrial Average was marginally higher overnight, supported by financial stocks. But material stocks were under pressure as commodities prices declined. Asian markets Wednesday closed mixed. Singapore market finished 0.8 per cent higher to their a seven-week high after a report showed that Singapore's economy was expected to grow 6.5 per cent in 2010. Japan's Nikkei 225 and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index finished flat after moving between gains and losses during the session. South Korea's Kospi ended 0.1% higher. But China's Shanghai Composite snapped a three-day rise and fell 0.7 per cent ahead of the inflation data.
Asian stocks saw modest gains Wednesday on hope of a bailout package for Greece. Australian market was boosted yesterday as official data showed that Australia's economy grew 0.9 per cent in fourth quarter, its fastest quarter-to-quarter pace in almost two years. Japan's Nikkei index ended up 0.3 per cent. South Korea's Kospi Composite rose 0.5 per cent. Shanghai Composite climbed 0.8 per cent higher. But Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed 0.1 per cent lower. Today Asian markets are likely to open flat, after Wall Street declined slightly on Wednesday.