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Australian businesses have set a new record for money raised in public floats in the first five months of the year, with larger deals to come putting the country on track for its biggest IPO year since the Telstra privatisation began in 1997.
Oil and gas master limited partnerships pay enormous distributions to their investors. ARP ) , for example, pays a gigantic 11.6% distribution to its investors...What has been interesting to watch this year is the overhaul these companies have
New Issues IPO Investors Need to Know About for This Week Investors could be forgiven for thinking that the IPO market has fallen into a ditch and can't get out. Last week saw a grand total of zero new issues, while in the coming five days only a
there are certain aspects investors should look at with more skepticism. I like to take the other side of my positions and opinions, in order to determine if there is a legitimate bearish case to be made against the stock. Ford is no different.
The storied deal makers on Dalal Street are living up PM Narendra Modi's bullish epiphany "acche din aane waala hain" after a drought of big strikes in recent years. Equity offerings, be it initial public offerings (IPOs) or qualified institutional
Friday following a 10-session win streak and news of an insider sale. So what: Helped by its solid first-quarter results , shares of Alliance Fiber Optic have been on a tear, having risen 35% year-to-date even after today's drop. As of yesterday's
In recent years, as well, there have been a number of cases across the country where residents' objections, because of environmental concerns, have led to major projects being scrapped. China, it appears, is now getting serious about finding an
Friday's intra-day trading on worries the Chinese real estate Internet portal could see pricing pressure as home prices in China slip. So what: The Wall Street Journal today reported (may require subscription) that home prices in China dropped
ET Blackstone Group LP and Riverstone Holdings LLC have teamed up to bid on Duke Energy Corp.'s portfolio of 11 power plants in the Midwest, which could fetch around $2.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. Power-focused private-
In the search for dividends, it can pay for investors to head abroad. Markets outside the United States have long been fertile ground for dividend hunters because their stronger cultures of paying dividends have resulted in higher yields. U.S.