AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Shares within the spin-off of South African e-commerce group Naspers surged greater than 25% within the first minutes of their market debut in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
Bob van Dijk, CEO of Naspers and Prosus Group poses at Amsterdam’s inventory change, as Prosus begins buying and selling on the Euronext inventory change in Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 11, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
Prosus contains Naspers’ international empire of client web property, with the jewel within the crown a 31% stake in Chinese language tech titan Tencent.
There’s “far more demand than is even obtainable, in order that’s good,” stated the CEO of Euronext Amsterdam,…