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The IPO parade is underway and after double-digit pops for yesterday's three IPOs, today shows a mixed picture.
After a rough week, 6 IPOs priced at sensible levels, and a big rally in three new offerings have greatly reduced the anxiety.
Emerging markets storm higher while small- and mid-cap stocks fall behind. Russell 2000 and Nasdaq at six-week lows.
After disappointment with King Digital, the IPO market is watching new offerings very carefully.
King Digital trades below offering price, causing concern in hot-hot-hot IPO market.
On the surface, the IPO market is terrific. So terrific many are questioning whether it's in a bubble.
When Box announced its IPO filing, it was immediately noted that the money it's looking to raise is about what it recorded as a loss.
2014's stock market leaders and Big Momentum names fall amid fears of rising rates and market frothiness.
The IPO rush is gathering steam this week. Is there a bubble?
Markets lose early momentum amid a sell-side imbalance in stock for sales at the close. Fed's Richard Fisher's comments weigh too.
Biotechs drop on reports Rep. Waxman has sent a letter to Gilead's CEO asking him to justify the price of Hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
Higher interest rates are a boon to banks, semiconductor firms are soaring, and Goldman's brass weigh in on high-frequency trading.
Janet Yellen left traders with three takeaways: the dollar will strengthen, rates will rise, and easy money policies are on their way out.
Old-school tech stocks, like Hewlett-Packard, soar this week. One theory: Many of the super-growth tech names have maxed out.
Stocks could move to new highs if Russia behaves, and if the Fed soothes on rates. Elsewhere, the dam is breaking on 2014's flood of IPOs.
With grim headlines from Ukraine and China, a bad week for major global indexes is coming to an end.
Another day, another batch of weak data from China that fell short of market expectations.
There is worry that the recent decline in copper and China's economic woes might be the start of a wider correction.
A high-frequency trader going public has its skeptics, but there are at least a few reasons why the top for that industry isn't near yet.
Copper is swooning to its lowest levels in a year as Chinese demand wanes. However, it's not just copper.