Lei Jun said: "these two days of listing experience, let us be more grateful, thank all those who trust us and support us! At the same time, let us be more confident and more resolute in our own way: to do a good product that is "moving people, a good price", and let everyone in the world enjoy the good life of scientific and technological innovation.
In July 9th, millet officially landed at the Hong Kong stock exchange. The opening price on the first day of trading was HK $16.6, closing at HK $16.8, down 1.18% from the HK $17 issue price.
Lei Jun yesterday pledged on the celebration banquet after listing, "let the investors who buy millet company stock on the first day of listing will double".
Macquarie reported yesterday's preliminary millet research report that millet is fast and fashionable to launch a new product. It has the ability to convert Internet revenue from mobile users to a target price of HK $30, which means that the market value of millet will be close to HK $670 billion.