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Business Events IPOs

  • SAO PAULO/ BOGOTA, July 21- The busiest week for initial public offerings in Brazil in four years ended on Friday on an upbeat note for issuers, as a nascent economic recovery and the passage of key economic reforms helped to lure global investors. Brazilian stocks and its currency have outperformed Latin American peers in recent weeks as President Michel...

  • "Second half of 2017 will be better than 2016, but we might not get to the 2015, 2014 levels this year," said Kathleen Smith, principal of Renaissance Capital LLC, a manager of IPO-focused exchange-traded funds. A star-studded lineup of companies including ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc, home-sharing company Airbnb and music streaming service...

  • "Second half of 2017 will be better than 2016, but we might not get to the 2015, 2014 levels this year," said Kathleen Smith, principal of Renaissance Capital LLC, a manager of IPO-focused exchange-traded funds. A star-studded lineup of companies including ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc, home-sharing company Airbnb and music streaming service...

  • FRANKFURT, July 21- Pitches are due by mid-August from banks interested in acting as global coordinators for the planned public listing of Denmark's largest mortgage lender Nykredit, two banking sources told Reuters. U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley is seen as standing a good chance of securing a lead role in the initial public offering, one of the sources...

  • PetIQ CEO: Our job is to offer affordable pet care

    Cord Christensen, PetIQ co-founder & CEO, talks about the company's initial public offering on the Nasdaq, and the growing demand for pet products.

  • SHANGHAI, July 21- Chinese courier ZTO Express and the underwriters of its New York stock market listing have been sued by a U.S. pension fund that alleges the firm exaggerated its profit margins to lure investors into its $1.4 billion initial public offering. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc, which spearheaded ZTO's IPO, are named in the class-action...

  • SHANGHAI, July 21- Chinese courier ZTO Express and the underwriters of its New York stock market listing have been sued by a U.S. pension fund that alleges the firm exaggerated its profit margins to lure investors into its $1.4 billion initial public offering. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc, which spearheaded ZTO's IPO, are named in the class-action...

  • SAO PAULO, July 20- Carrefour SA board member Abilio Diniz said on Thursday the initial public offering of the retailer's Brazilian unit shows the country is overcoming its harshest recession in a century as shares slipped in their market debut. Speaking at an opening bell ceremony in the São Paulo Stock Exchange, the Brazilian retail tycoon and...

  • Leon Black, chairman and chief executive officer of Apollo Global Management LLC

    Apollo Global Management is said to be preparing to file paperwork with the SEC that could value ADT at $15 billion.

  • ZURICH, July 20- Swiss smart meter maker Landis+ Gyr has priced its initial public offering at 78 Swiss francs per share, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. The IPO price range had been set at 70 to 82 francs per share. Landis+ Gyr is majority-owned by Japan's Toshiba.

  • Singtel owns 24.99 percent of NetLink after IPO. SINGAPORE, July 19- NetLink NBN Trust units closed steady at their offer price on Wednesday, although analysts said the muted debut was not a surprise given the large size of the listing and that the outlook for Singapore's IPO market remained positive. The $1.7 billion NetLink IPO, the largest in Singapore in four...

  • BOGOTA/ SAO PAULO, July 18- Grupo Carrefour Brasil SA on Tuesday priced Brazil's largest initial public offering in four years at 15 reais per share, the bottom of a suggested price range, according to a securities filing late on Tuesday. Carrefour Brasil, a unit of France's Carrefour SA and Brazil's largest supermarket chain, and shareholders secured 5.12...

  • July 18- BP Plc is considering an initial public offering of its vast U.S. Midwest and Gulf Coast pipeline assets, the company said on Tuesday, a move that would raise cash. The proposed spinoff, which would be called BP Midstream Partners, revives a plan first broached internally about five years ago before slumping crude oil prices caused the company to put the...

  • July 18- BP Plc is looking at spinning off U.S. pipeline assets in the U.S. Gulf and Midwest in an initial public offering, the company said on Tuesday. They include rival Royal Dutch Shell Plc, which raised nearly $1 billion in an IPO of its midstream assets in June, 2014, along with independent refiners like Valero Energy Corp, Tesoro Corp, and Marathon Petroleum...

  • BOGOTA/ SAO PAULO, July 18- Grupo Carrefour Brasil SA on Tuesday priced Brazil's largest initial public offering this year at 15 reais per share, the bottom of a suggested price range, two people familiar with the matter said, due to concern over a stretched valuation. Carrefour Brasil, a unit of France's Carrefour SA and Brazil's largest supermarket chain, and...

  • July 18- BP Plc is considering spinning off certain U.S. pipeline assets in the U.S. Media reports in 2015 said BP America was trying to sell North American pipelines and gas storage assets. Last year, BP approached Enbridge Inc in an effort to sell some of BP's offshore Gulf of Mexico pipeline network, known as the Mardi Gras Transportation System, without success,...

  • Snap co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy walk on the floor before the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange with NYSE Group President Thomas Farley shortly before the company's IPO in New York, March 2, 2017.

    Snap shares hit a fresh low of $14.63 a share on Tuesday, less than half the stock's all-time intraday high of $29.44 on March 3.

  • WASHINGTON, July 18- Executives that represent Wall Street interests pitched ideas on Tuesday about ways to scale back securities regulations that they blamed for stifling the market for initial public offerings. In a congressional hearing before a House Financial Services Committee subcommittee, officials from the New York Stock Exchange, the U.S....

  • Golden Bitcoin coins.

    Fintech startups have raised a record $1.27 billion by selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies through initial coin offerings (ICOs).

  • Bobby Flay describes his burgers during the opening of a location of Bobby's Burger Palace in the Burlington, Mass.

    CNBC's Leslie Picker speaks with RJ Hottovy, Morningstar, about famous American chef Bobby Flay's burger chain going public.