(Nov 11): Postal Savings Bank of China is poised for the country’s biggest IPO since 2015. The Beijing-based lender, which is already listed in Hong Kong, plans to raise RMB28.4 billion ($5.5 billion) in what would be the world’s third-largest listing this year behind Uber Technologies’ US$8.1 billion share sale in May and Budweiser Brewing Co’s US$5.8 billion IPO in Hong Kong in September.

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