本篇論文 代寫 價格-中國市場IPO講述了由於中國的IPO市場受到高度的監管和政府的控制，對這一關係的考察呈現出多種類型，其描述方式如下:對這一關係的調查正以合法持股和爲改善政府持股而構建的低定價的形式進行描述。研究表明，在國際市場假說的基礎上，可以很容易地看到中國市場走向的變化，而國際假說被認爲是中國市場的熱點問題。本篇論文 代寫 價格文章由加拿大第一論文 Assignment First輔導網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
As the IPO market of China is regulated highly and is controlled by government, the investigation of the relationship is being depicted in various types which are depicted in the following ways. The investigation of the relationship is being depicted in the form of the legal shareholdings and the underpricing which is being constructed for the betterment of the government shareholdings. The studies show that the changes in the direction can be easily viewed on the basis of the international hypothesis which is considered as the hot issues of the market in China. The influence can be easily shown in the form of the analyst coverage on the IPO underpricing in China though vividness of the IPO prices is depicted in the analyst coverage. The relation between the catalyst coverage and the underpricing can be easily explained in the form of the investigation made by the past researchers.
In this article, the main research is on the factors affecting the China’s IPO underpricing in the following steps. It has been recognized that the IPO underpricing is a global phenomenon. The academics have found that the IPO Underpricing is universal. As per the author Boatright (2014), the usual underpricing for IPOs in the United States was 14.9 percent in the 1990s. It reaches its peak value about 51.4 percent from 1999 to 2000 and become stable about 12.1percent in the first ten years of 21st century. Across the last half-century, IPOs in the United States had underpriced by 16.9 percent on average. Such a phenomenon causes a loss about $125 billion that corporations have left in the last 20 years. IPO underpricing is a global event. In China, underpricing has been critical averaging 137.5 percent from 1990 to 2010. The phenomenon corresponds to 16.3 percent in UK from 1959 to 2009. Thus, in most of other nations, IPO underpricing averages are over 20 percent (Caselli & Gatti, 2005).
Regulation is an important reason that explores the reason why IPO underpricing occurs. This theory states that the underpricing is due to the American securities laws that force the strict responsibility on the issuer. The effect on the underwriter for factual errors and prohibitions is made in linking with the IPO. The issuer intentionally underprices the IPOin order to ensure that even if there is such a mistake or neglect, the buyers still do not have right since these losers are rated in IPO. This theory has not gained much support essentially which is due to the administrative projects in other countries that are much lesser in nature. The IPO underpricing occurs as well due to the lowering of the prices of the administrative projects.
These statements seem to have earned recognition in the track of the balloon technology. One form of this theory asserts that either the managers or institutional investors receive from taking leadership of retail bondholders who behave unreasonably or oppositely against their financial advantages. Therefore, both institutional shareholders and managers underprice IPOs are locked in these gains. The declaration to the statement of the theory can be stated as the system that allows this underpricing as a result of its individual failure to realize the loss.