Business Events IPOs


  • Is IndiGo's float price a good deal?

    IndiGo's IPO price of $11 per share is cheap given the airline has great earnings growth, says Mohshin Aziz, aviation analyst at Maybank Investment Bank.

  • Uber's dirty little secret: Pro

    Steve Brotman, Alpha Venture Partners, discusses Uber valuations.

  • New motif provides exclusive access to IPOs

    Insight to the partnership with JPMorgan to offer retail investors an IPO-themed investing basket, with Hardeep Walia, Motif Investment founder and CEO.

  • Ferrari stands out in weak IPO market

    The surge in Ferrari's shares in its trading debut was a surprise in a generally weak IPO market, notes Jim Awad, MD at Plimsoll Mark Capital.

  • FCA Chief Executive and Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne (2nd R) rings the opening bell above the floor of the NYSE for Ferrari's IPO, October 21, 2015.

    Ferrari zoomed in its IPO but Uber's staying clear of public markets. What do these two exceptions say about IPOs?

  • The IPO market now

    The good news and the bad news for the IPO market after Ferrari's IPO, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.

  • Ferrari trading pit stop

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at the Ferrari IPO, how the stock is trading on the day, and how the company can keep the brand growing. Also, GM earnings.

  • Don't buy Ferrari, the stock: Pro

    Brian Hamilton, Chairman, Sageworks, discusses the Ferrari IPO and what it's likely to mean for the company's future.

  • Ferrari's very big day

    CNBC's Robert Frank looks at the Ferrari IPO, which has created some instant billionaires.

  • Pisani: The IPO market now

    CNBC's Bob Pisani discusses the latest market action including the last four weeks worth of IPOs.

  • Uber CEO: No IPO plans

    The Squawk Alley team discusses Uber's disinterest in going public.

  • Ferrari spikes at open in turbulent IPO market

    Discussing what Ferrari's IPO says about the IPO market, with Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital IPO ETF manager.

  • Ferrari's appeal overseas

    What makes Ferrari different than other luxury automobile brands? CNBC's Phil LeBeau spoke to Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne, after the company debuted on the NYSE.

  • Ferrari's not a car company: Analyst

    Ferrari spiked in its market debut, after opening at $60. Richard Hilgert, Morningstar auto analyst, discusses Ferrari's "economic moat" from its brand.

  • Ferrari's unique IPO opens

    Ferrari's initial public offering is priced at $52 per share, and the stock opened at $60. CNBC's Bob Pisani has all the details of Ferrari's first few minutes of trading.

  • Ferrari Chairman: Big 3 late to the party

    Discussing innovation at the three big automakers, and the threat from Silicon Valley, with Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne.

  • Ferrari Chairman: Auto consolidation will happen

    Discussing the pricing equation for unique car brands, and consolidation in the car industry, with Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne.

  • Ferrari Chairman: Elon Musk great marketer

    Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne, discusses Tesla's CEO Elon Musk, Apple and the potential for the electric car business.

  • Ferrari Chairman: Need true enduring wealth for unions

    Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne, discusses creating wealth distribution for unions.

  • Ferrari Chairman: Careful relationship with dealer body

    Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne discusses growing demand for the brand, and Ferrari's CEO Amedeo Felisa's leadership.