Shares in China advanced on Friday, led by consumer stocks, after the publication of the consumption document.
The two companies exit their IPO lock-up periods next week, potentially putting their shares under pressure.
Previously, a leading infomercial and direct marketing firm in China, Acorn is now seeking to redirect itself to digital media.
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The Tencent-backed delivery and services platform landed a $4.2 billion IPO, trailing closely behind Xiaomi's July listing.
Shares in NIO dipped as much as 15 percent before rebounding late Wednesday.
The Chinese FinTech unicorn, valued at $150 billion, has pushed back its IPO for a second time, following increased government regulations on private financial firms.
Qiangdong Liu, known as Richard Liu, was arrested in Minnesota on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct and was later released.
Shanghai’s Changning District police has confirmed the possible leak by releasing a statement on their official Weibo account late on Tuesday.
The FinTech firm seeks to open its doors to shareholders on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "XYF."
As the U.S.-China trade war continues, China’s biggest state broadcaster resorted to the old-fashioned airwaves in a skewering of President Trump, mocking his stance on trade, on the press, and even on himself.
“Sophisticated big data analytics and proprietary AI capability are the backbone of our business,” CooTek said in its prospectus.