The hottest Keyuan shares landed on the SME board.

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"Keyuan shares" landed on the SME board - Nanjing Vice Mayor Li Qi sounded the bell for the stock listing

Keyuan shares officially landed on the A-share market

on the morning of March 31, with Nanjing Vice Mayor Li Qi's hand up and down, the Hall of Shenzhen Stock Exchange rang a bell, and Keyuan shares (stock code 002380), as a backbone software enterprise in Nanjing, was officially listed. This kick-off meeting also revealed. Li Qi, vice mayor of Nanjing, and Liu Guoyao, chairman of Keyuan, and other representatives of the government, financial institutions and listed companies jointly sounded the bell of Shenzhen Stock Exchange

Keyuan shares' initial public offering is an enterprise approved by the China Securities Regulatory Commission to be listed on the small and medium-sized enterprise board of Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The company issued a total of 17million shares, of which 13.6 million shares were listed today and 340 shares were locked for three months. Keyuan shares (002380) rose 80.77% to 70.50 yuan on the first day of listing, which cannot exceed the maximum bearing capacity of the key curve tester test equipment. The initial public offering price was 39 yuan, which was higher than expected, showing a strong trend of opening higher and going higher

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Li Qi, vice mayor of Nanjing, said in his speech that after landing in the A-share market this time, Keyuan shares will embark on a new development path, and he hoped that Keyuan shares can also realize real benefits, grasp this opportunity, continue to carry forward the spirit of self-reliance and tenacious struggle, and realize the rapid development of enterprises relying on independent innovation and standardized management, Make due contributions to the take-off of China's thermal automation industry

vice president of GF Securities, Mr. Luo Binhua, chairman of Keyuan shares, delivered a speech, Mr. Liu Guoyao, chairman of Keyuan shares, and Mr. Zhou Ming, deputy general manager of Shenzhen Stock Exchange, exchanged gifts

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