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*IPO would have been second largest in UK since 2005. LONDON, Oct 16- Acacia Pharma, a specialist in finding new uses for existing medicines or "repurposing" them, said on Friday it had postponed plans to float in London due to adverse market conditions. One person familiar with the matter said the aim had been to raise up to 150 million pounds, making it the...
*Coffee Day Enterprises sees solid demand for IPO. MUMBAI, Oct 16- India's biggest coffee chain operator Coffee Day Enterprises received nearly twice as many orders for its up to $177 million initial public offering before the Friday deadline as investors sought to buy into a rapidly growing cafe culture. The company is backed by private equity firm KKR& Co and...
Jigar Shah, CEO of Maybank Kim Eng Securities India, says there are a number of supportive factors behind IndiGo's float.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 16- Last year, many tech IPOs enjoyed soaring valuations in their Wall Street debut, raining cash on the companies and their investors and boosting concerns about another Silicon Valley bubble. "People are no longer out of their minds with valuations and expectations," said Adam Marcus, managing partner at OpenView Venture Partners in Boston.
U.S. payment processing company First Data Corp, controlled by private equity firm KKR& Co LP, raised $2.56 billion in its stock market debut, a steep drop from the $3.7 billion originally targeted. Cerberus Capital Management LP, the private equity firm that controls supermarket operator Albertsons Companies Inc, decided it would be better to wait.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on Albertsons' renewed IPO efforts after postponing its offering until market conditions improved.
Supermarket chain Albertsons announced it would postpone its planned initial public offering due to "market volatility."
IPO expert Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital principal, discusses the IPO landscape, and why she sees irrational exuberance in the private markets.
Goldman Sachs is hosting its 4th annual Builders and Innovators Summit. David Solomon, Goldman Sachs, discusses the current economic environment, and IPOs.
Discussing the outlook for the IPO market, with J.D. Moriarty, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's head of Equity Capital Markets Group.
Oct 15- Shares in First Data Corp rose 2.6 percent in their debut on Thursday, valuing the payment processor at $14.42 billion in the largest initial public offering this year. First Data, controlled by private equity firm KKR& Co LP, raised $2.56 billion by selling 160 million shares at $16 each per share, below the indicated range of $18 to $20.
Discussing the market environment for payment product companies, with Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities managing director
After shares of First Data traded higher following its IPO at the NYSE, CEO Frank Bisignano discusses his relationship with JPMorgan, and the "client-centric" business.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the first trade for First Data, the year's biggest IPO. The stock opened at $16.39, before trailing lower.
Shares of First Data closed about 1.5 percent lower on Thursday in the payment processing company's Wall Street debut.
Discussing shares of First Data trading higher at its initial public offering on Thursday in the biggest IPO in 2015, with Henry Blodget, Business Insider.
Discussing the IPO market, with NYSE Group President Tom Farley.
It's all about the client, says Frank Bisignano, First Data CEO talking about his company's public debut on the NYSE and how he was able to "fix" the company.
CNBC's Bob Pisani has the update on First Data and Albertsons ahead of its initial public offering.
SAN FRANCISCO Oct 14- Mobile payments company Square Inc filed for its long-expected initial public offering on Wednesday in a test of Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey's ability to take the company public as he grapples with a turnaround at Twitter Inc.. To address concerns about Dorsey's two jobs, Twitter also on Wednesday named Google Inc executive Omid...