Baidu’s iQiyi Falls 13.6% In First Day Of Trade After $2.25B Nasdaq IPO

iQiyi, Inc., the online-video unit of Chinese tech giant Baidu Inc. fell sharply in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq Thursday, falling 13.61% to close at US$15.55, versus its IPO price of US$18. The decline came despite a strong performance by other tech companies on the day.

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Jason Booth
Jason has over two decades of experience in financial journalism, having previously worked and written for The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Business Journal, The South China Morning Post, Knight-Ridder Financial News, The Far Eastern Economic Review and others in Hong Kong, Korea and the U.S.

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