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While the A-share new energy sector soared in 2021 as China vowed to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, new energy and sustainable investment will remain a major theme in the next 12 months based on the promising outlook of related industries, analysts said. As calculated by Beijing-based Securities Daily, 64 percent of the 39 securities firms releasing 2022 investment strategies by the end of 2021 have rated carbon neutrality a key investment theme in 2022. Buoyant sentiment can be found at the online social and trading platform Snowball Finance, also known as Xueqiu. Data collected at the end of 2021

Initial public offerings on the Chinese mainland bourses are likely to set a record this year, according to the latest forecast by PwC. The Hong Kong stock exchange is expected to draw more technology enterprises and those previously listed in the United States, the global consultancy said in its forecast. PwC also projected that the A-share market will likely see between 580 and 690 IPOs this year, which could raise 560 billion yuan ($87.88 billion) to 635 billion yuan. The science and technology sector will continue to lead the chart, with Shenzhen"s ChiNext and Shanghai STAR Market set to attract

The China Securities Regulatory Commission on Thursday approved the application of China Mobile for listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. The move means the world"s largest telecom operator will soon return to the A-share market, and its initial public offering in Shanghai is expected to be the largest IPO of the A-share market in the past 10 years. China Mobile said it plans to raise 56 billion yuan ($8.75 billion), and nearly 73 percent of the amount will be used to build 5G networks.