Financial Lower Bruised in Market Slump; China Commercial Credit Post-IPO Rally Has Second Act

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Financial stocks are lower with the NYSE Financial Sector Index sinking 1.4% and the S&P Financial 100 Index off 1.7%.

In company news, China Commercial Credit Inc. ( CCCR ) is extending its post-IPO rally to a second day, currently trading up nearly 31% at $16.30 a share, climbing as high as $19.39 for a 55.7% advance during today's session.

The microcredit company finished with a 91.5% gain at $12.45 a share on Wednesday in its market debut after pricing its initial public offering of 1.37 million shares of its common stock at $6.50 apiece - the mid-point of expected price range.

The deal generated around $7.54 million in net proceeds, which the company will use to support its lending and guarantee capacities.

In other sector news,

(+) SPPR, (+2.9%), Split-Adjusted) Executes 1-for-8 reverse split of its common stock announced last night.

(-) MPW, (-6.25%) Prices public offering of 10 mln shares of common stock at $12.75 each. The company last night also announces plans for a $150-mln offering of senior notes due 2022. Proceeds will be used to fund acquisition of three acute-care hospitals from IASIS Healthcare.



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