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—By Robert Ferris
First published 05 Sept 2014
American automaker General Motors rejoined the New York Stock Exchange on November 17, 2010 with a $15.8 billion offering. The deal was underwritten by Morgan Stanley.
The social media company listed on NASDAQ in May of 2012 for more than $16 billion. Morgan Stanley was Facebook's primary underwriter.
Italian green energy giant Enel listed on NYSE at $16.4 billion in late 1999, with the help of Merrill Lynch.
Credit card giant Visa's $17.8 billion offering was underwritten by JP Morgan in 2008.
At up to $24.3 billion in stock, the Chinese e-commerce company is the biggest IPO on an American exchange in history, underwritten by firms including Credit Suisse.