According to Bloomberg reports, after the first day of breaking out, Xiaomi's share price rose sharply in the second day. This morning, the price of millet opened higher to the issue price, which rose to HK $18.56 and rose more than 9%.
Meanwhile, the founder and CEO Lei Jun of millet also rose sharply. According to Bloomberg billionaire's real time list, Lei Jun's position has reached $15 billion 600 million, ranking seventy-seventh in the world, ranking ninth in mainland China.
Among the top ten richest men in China, Ma Yun ranked first for $44 billion 400 million, followed by Ma Huateng (39 billion 900 million dollars), Xu Jiayin ($28 billion 900 million), Yang Huiyan (23 billion 200 million US dollars), Wang Jianlin ($20 billion 800 million), Robin Li (18 billion 800 million US dollars), Zhang Zhi (16 billion 900 million US dollars), Ding Lei (158). Million dollars, Lei Jun ($15 billion 600 million) and ho hang Jian ($14 billion 700 million).
In July 9th, millet group was officially listed in Hong Kong stock exchange, the stock code was 01810, the opening price was HK $16.6, and the issue price of HK $17 fell 2.35%.
Yesterday's close, millet shares reported HK $16.8, down 1.18% compared with the issue price.
Speaking yesterday, Lei Jun said, because the recent general trend is not good, short-term stock prices are not the most important, and long-term prices are important. It's not necessarily a good thing to start the IPO from a low point. The most important thing is to adjust the state of mind and make the company well.