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scared the IPO market into hiding, think again. Facebook, whose bungled IPO cost both common investors and brokerage houses millions, did cause a temporary lull in debuts, but IPOs have been hitting the market in recent weeks at a rapid pace .
The club will raise $233m (£150m) for its 16.7 million shares as against $333m, it previously hoped for, at the high end of the initially set range. The owners were forced to reduce the price considering the lacklustre investor interest. Earlier, the
The world's most popular sports team is getting ready to list its stock on the world's largest exchange. British soccer club Manchester United is expected to set a price for its initial public offering Thursday night and start
Manchester United will kick off their stock market flotation today in a move which could value the club at more than £2billion. The club, bought by the Glazer family in 2005 for about £800million, will offer 16.7million shares, equal to a 10 per cent
dozens of investors trickled out carrying red Manchester United hats and football balls after a marketing event for the British football club's upcoming initial public offering. Soccer, as Americans call the kind of football played in Europe and
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The British soccer team Manchester United has filed for an initial public offering that would cement the team's standing as the world's most valuable sports franchise. The IPO would trade at $16 to $20 a share and value the team at $2.6 billion to $3.
Britain's Manchester United soccer team is in deep financial trouble despite its winning tradition that dates to 1878. Its fans are known to resent the club's American owners, the Florida-based Glazer family, which wants to sell stock in the team to
Soccer powerhouse Manchester United is expected to launch its IPO in New York as early as next week, for pricing in early August, after earlier attempts in Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK. The timetable marks a change from the original schedule to