Peer-to-peer online lender X Financial soared on its first day of Los angeles trading, contributing to a string of frenzied US debuts by Chinese technology companies.

The company, located in the southern Chinese capital of scotland – Shenzhen, in excess of doubled during the early US trading Wednesday. It later pared its gains to absolve the afternoon 26% higher at $11.97. The company had raised $104.5 million after pricing its IPO at $9.50 per American depositary share, toward the base of the marketed selection of $9 to $11.

X Financial’s sharp price movements triggered exchange circuit breakers, temporarily pausing trading twice during the morning session. It joins other Chinese firms including news aggregation app Qutoutiao Inc. and electric-car maker NIO in pricing their US IPOs low, in order to have their own shares begin the initial few occasions of trading.

“A number of everyone is chasing this because, even though valuations are high, when we begin to see a de-escalation inside the overall trade wars, then obviously these organizations will probably be safe bets,” said Stephen Innes, Singapore-based head of Asia Pacific trading with Oanda Corp. “Relative as their counterparts in the united states are trading at, they’re actually much less bad.”

Qutoutiao jumped 128% on its debut yesterday, when its trading was halted not less than more a result of the wild swings. This company had the top first-day performance of the US IPO above $5 million this season, data compiled by Bloomberg show. NIO recovered from early losses its first day and is now up 36% by reviewing the IPO price.