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Yet too often people put investments in the seat of honor: So glad you're here, they crow...It doesn't take much from there to fall in love with an investment. The purchase defines you, inspires you, annoys you, destroys you. Especially the story
Shares of cloud-based e-commerce software provider ChannelAdvisor Corp soared as much as 39 percent in their debut, as enterprise software makers continue to draw investor attention with their strong revenue models. The company's shares opened up 25
China's brokerages face a tough fight for commissions in an underperforming market. Whether there's underwriting income still depends on when regulators decide to resume IPOs. There is also increasing scrutiny on brokers helping unqualified companies
Tyler is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. The company's IPO was awful, and its stock followed suit by falling nearly 19% in the first four days of its
Nasdaq next week, following the IPO by Alcobra Pharmaceuticals Ltd. on Tuesday...MS) and Jeffries & Co. have an over-allotment offer to buy up to an additional 837,395 shares, which if exercised, will boost Kamada's offering by up to $9 million...
Eight million shares formerly held by private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg were sold in the issue, at a price of $11.50 apiece. Also, the offering's underwriters exercised their option to buy just over 1 million additional shares from the seller. In
Brian is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. No other post-IPO performer even comes close to the gains of SolarCity, a stock that has rallied an incredible 462.
The publicly listed company, which is working on its plan for an initial public offering (IPO), is estimating that its net profits will stand handsomely at Rp 325 billion (US$33 million) by year's end. The growth is in line with its sales of Rp 5.1
Facebook went public Friday in one of the most anticipated stock offerings in a decade but the opening day was anything less than smooth and shares eeked out a 23 cent gain. Trading on the Nasdaq under the symbol FB, the stock exchange was
Zubin Momaya , (29), a share market investor from Mumbai's suburb's who like many retail players lost his confidence in primary market issuances after he burnt his fingers in the IPO rush between 2008-2011. After a gap of more than a year, Momaya is