The Japanese retail chain’s shares are sold in dollars and traded as the MNSO N.
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Japanese retail and design chain Miniso entered the stock market through the International Quotation System (SIC) as it will sell its shares on the New York Stock Exchange through Kuspit and the Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA).
As Kuspit reports on his Twitter account, the shares of the popular Japanese brand are listed in Mexico via BIVA as an issuer in dollars MNSO N..
Miniso went public on the New York Stock Exchange in October 2020, raising $ 608 million at $ 20 per share. Today its shares sell for $ 30.41.
In Mexico, Grupo Sanborns owns 33.27 percent of Miniso and has 200 stores across the country, excluding Durango and Zacatecas COVID-19.