Sentage Holdings Prices IPO Of 4 Mln Shares At $5.00/shr
Sentage Holdings Inc., a financial service provider that offers a comprehensive range of financial services across consumer loan repayment and collection management, loan recommendation, and prepaid payment network services in China, said that it has priced its initial public offering of 4 million ordinary shares at a public offering price of US$5.00 per ordinary share.
The ordinary shares have been approved for listing on the Nasdaq Capital Market and are expected to commence trading on July 9, 2021 under the ticker symbol “SNTG”.
The company expects to receive aggregate gross proceeds of US$20.0 million from the Offering, before deducting underwriting discounts and other related expenses.
In addition, the company has granted the underwriters a 45-day option to purchase up to an additional 600,000 ordinary shares at the public offering price, less underwriting discounts. The Offering is expected to close on or about July 13, 2021, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions.
Sentage expects to use proceeds from the offering for acquisitions of business entities and operations that are similar to the company’s, general business operations, business fund for loan recommendation business.
He Couldn’t Remember That We Broke Up
When my ex injured his brain in a fall and thought we were still together, I had to fill in the gaps.
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I used to receive messages like this from my ex-boyfriend: “Did we have a joke about flamingos?” And: “How did I get the scar on my hand?”
India's Ola says Temasek, Warburg Pincus investing $500 million in company
BENGALURU (Reuters) – Indian ride-hailing firm Ola, backed by Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp, said on Friday private equity firms Temasek and Warburg Pincus are investing $500 million in the startup ahead of its planned initial public offering.
UK economy grew by slower-than expected 0.8% in May
Britain's economy grew by a slower-than expected 0.8% in May from April, official data showed on Friday.
A Reuters poll of economists had pointed to month-on-month growth of 1.5% in gross domestic product.
The figure for May from the Office for National Statistics was lower than April's 2.0% growth when restrictions eased for non-essential retailers, hairdressers and pubs and restaurants that could serve customers outside. But it was faster than typical pre-pandemic, month-on-month rises in GDP.
Malaysia sees record 9,180 new Covid-19 cases
PUTRAJAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Malaysia recorded 9,180 Covid-19 cases on Friday (July 9), a record for daily infections.
The highest figure previously was 9,020 cases on May 29.
Selangor recorded an all-time high of 4,400 new cases and Kuala Lumpur logged 1,271 new infections.
The country’s cumulative total number of cases is now 817,838.
McConnell Hit With Some Home Truths After Saying He’s ‘Perplexed’ By COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) received a blunt reality check on Thursday after claiming he was puzzled by people who are opting not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
“I’m perplexed by the reluctance of some to get vaccinated, totally perplexed,” McConnell told reporters, per CNN’s Ana Cabrera, as vaccination rates slow down nationwide.
Critics suggested McConnell look at his own party, whose members have for months routinely downplayed the threat of the virus that’s now killed at least 4 million people worldwide.
More than 600,000 have died in the U.S.
Twitter users also pointed the finger of blame at conservative network Fox News, whose personalities have repeatedly sown doubt about the shots in recent months:
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States Where the Most People Are Vaccinated
An estimated 157,908,171 Americans have been fully vaccinated, or 48.3% of the population.
So far, vaccination coordination efforts have been largely left to states to manage themselves — and some have proven more efficient at it than others. Depending on the state, the share of the population that has been fully vaccinated ranges from as low as 33.1% all the way up to 65.9%.
Regardless of the share of the population each state has managed to vaccinate, data reveals inefficiencies in vaccination campaigns everywhere in the country as millions of doses are currently sitting idle under the purview of state governments, yet to be administered. As of July 7, only about 84.1% of the 379,446,700 doses of the vaccine that have been distributed to the 50 states and Washington D.C. have been administered. In one state, only 70.1% of delivered doses have gone into the arms of residents.
As the virus mutates and new variants spread, vaccinating the population as rapidly as possible is critical. In total, there have been 10,205 known infections for every 100,000 people nationwide.