Business Events IPOs


  • Tom Farley

    Companies are counting on the benefits of going public as big names like Snap gear up for IPOs, NYSE President Tom Farley says.

  • DUBLIN, Dec 16- Ireland announced on Friday the appointment of global coordinators for the planned sale of a stake in Allied Irish Banks, but said it would not commit to a fixed timeframe for the transaction. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Davy and Deutsche Bank will act as the global coordinators, the finance ministry said in a statement. "There remains no fixed...

  • NYSE's Farley: 2016 dismal year for IPOs but next year looks good

    NYSE Group President Tom Farley talks about the "jam" in IPO flows this year and provides his outlook for 2017.

  • Tim Williams, Trivago pitch man.

    Trivago priced its initial public offering on Thursday far below expectations.

  • Dec 15- Trivago GmbH, the hotel search platform that is majority owned by U.S. online travel firm Expedia Inc, priced its initial public offering on Thursday far below expectations. The offer priced 26.1 million American depository shares, down from a planned 28.5 million, at $11 per ADS. Reuters had earlier reported that the company is expected to price its IPO at...

  • Dec 15- Trivago GmbH, the hotel search platform that is majority owned by U.S. online travel firm Expedia Inc, raised $287 million in an initial public offering on Thursday, far below expectations, according to a person familiar with the matter. At $11 an ADS, the pricing was also below its indicated range of $13 and $15, the source said, asking for anonymity become the...

  • NYSE New York Stock Exchange traders markets

    The U.S. IPO market is expected to bounce back, fueled by a sunnier economic outlook and more certainty following the presidential election.

  • The prospect for tech IPOs in 2017

    EY Global IPO Leader, Martin Steinbach, gives his expectations on which sectors may deliver in the IPO market going forward.

  • Geopolitics undermining confidence in IPO market: EY

    EY Global IPO Leader, Martin Steinbach, says the outlook for the IPO market is “quite positive” for 2017, however uncertainty remains.

  • Investors aren't enthusiastic about Meitu: Expert

    Lack of profitability and IPO appetite in Hong Kong made for a muted debut for tech company Meitu, says Jackson Wong at Huarong International Securities.

  • Will Meitu be the next Tencent?

    Meitu still has a long way to go but it has taken its first step to profitability with its smartphones, says Kenny Wen at Sun Hung Kai Financial.

  • Meitu IPO: Should you be paying attention?

    Andrew Collier, MD at Orient Capital Research, weighs in on Meitu's potential in monetizing its 450 million user base.

  • The star-studded potential pipeline of companies set to make their debuts in 2017 includes messaging app Snapchat's parent Snap Inc and ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc- both "decacorns", or companies valued at tens of billions of dollars. "We are going to see more companies go public now that we are through with the elections," said John Tuttle, the...

  • Dec 14- The market for public listings in the United States promises to be robust next year, following what can at best be described as a dismal year for IPO activity. The Venice, California- based owner of Snapchat could go public as soon as March and be valued at $20 billion- $25 billion, making it the largest IPO since Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding...

  • SAO PAULO, Dec 14- Brazilian homebuilder Construtora Tenda SA scrapped an initial public offering due to be priced later on Wednesday because of challenging market conditions, in the latest sign of Brazil's increased political turmoil weighing on investor sentiment. Gafisa, Tenda and the banks handling the IPO, the first for a homebuilder in Brazil since...

  • STOCKHOLM, Dec 14- Volvo Car Group, which is owned by China's Geely, said it had no immediate plans for an initial public offering after a newspaper reported on Wednesday that the carmaker was considering a listing next year. A spokesman for Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., which bought Volvo Cars from Ford Motor Co. in 2010, said in an emailed comment to Reuters...