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  • Singapore’s Sea Limited opens for trading on NYSE

    Forrest Li, Sea Limited chairman and group CEO, speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” about his company’s trading debut at the NYSE.

  • SoftBank Group Corp. founder, Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son.

    Deep-pocketed financiers have enabled startups to spurn the regulatory hassles of an IPO even as they become larger than many public companies.

  • Oct 20- Singapore- based online gaming and e-commerce firm Sea Ltd has raised about $884 million in its U.S IPO after pricing the offering above expectations, the company said on Friday. Supported by strong demand, the shares were sold at $15 each, more than its marketed range of $12 to $14, and the company also boosted the original offer size of 49.69 million shares...

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 20- Singapore- based online gaming and e-commerce firm Sea Ltd has raised about $890 million in its U.S IPO after pricing the offering above expectations, Thomson Reuters publication IFR reported, citing two people with knowledge of the transaction. Supported by strong demand, the shares were sold at $15 each, more than its marketed range of $12$ 14...

  • LAGUNA BEACH, Calif., Oct 19- Big cash infusions for startups from an ever-expanding group of financiers, led by SoftBank Group Corp and Middle East sovereign wealth funds, have extinguished hopes that the technology IPO market would bounce back this year. "It's not surprising if these companies get 10 term sheets," said Nicole Quinn, an investing partner with...

  • LAGUNA BEACH, Calif., Oct 18- Big cash infusions for startups from an ever-expanding group of financiers, led by SoftBank Group Corp and Middle East sovereign wealth funds, have extinguished hopes that the technology IPO market would bounce back this year. "It's not surprising if these companies get 10 term sheets," said Nicole Quinn, an investing partner with...

  • Goldman Sachs’ co-heads of investment banking discuss M&A and IPOs

    CNBC's Wilfred Frost speaks with John Waldron and Gregg Lemkau, Goldman Sachs co-heads of Investment Banking, discuss the IPO climate and the M&A market.

  • With Stitch Fix, customers pay $20 to receive five clothing items. Customers can ship back whatever they don't like or they'll be charged for anything they keep, minus the $20 fee. It has a lot of competition, though: Department store operator Nordstrom bought rival Trunk Club three years ago.

  • Dev Ittycheria

    MongoDB's database services are popular among software developers.

  • MongoDB IPO opens over $32

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on the first trades of MongoDB.

  • MongoDB set for IPO

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on the initial public offering for cloud database software provider MongoDB.

  • MongoDB CEO discusses IPO

    MongoDB CEO Dev Ittycheria joins the "Squawk Box" crew ahead of his company's IPO launch.

  • Qudian Inc. CEO Min Luo, directly behind the podium, wearing glasses, gives a thumbs-up as he rings the New York Stock Exchange opening bell to celebrate his company's IPO, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017.

    A surging IPO from China caused a buzz on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday.

  • MOSCOW, Oct 18- Glencore will convert its 8.75 percent stake in Russian aluminium giant Rusal to shares in En+ Group, an aluminium and hydropower group controlled by tycoon Oleg Deripaska, En+ said on Wednesday. En+ said the swap will occur after it completes its initial public offering, which is due later this year. En+ is looking to raise as much as $1.5 billion from the...

  • Qudian CEO on consumer lending company's IPO

    Qudian Founder & CEO Min Luo speaks to "Squawk Alley" following the online lender's first trade on the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Qudian's initial public offering was priced at $24 per American depository share- topping its expected $19 to $22 per ADS range- and raised $900 million. U.S. exchanges are set to record their busiest year for IPOs from Asian companies since 2010, as startups from Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam join a flurry of Chinese firms that have already listed in...

  • *IPO priced at $24/ share, above $19- $22 marketing range. Oct 18- Chinese online micro-credit provider Qudian Inc said it raised about $900 million in an IPO that priced above expectations, underscoring robust U.S. investor demand for fast-growing Chinese companies. Its American depositary shares were priced at $24 each, above the marketed range of $19- $22, the...

  • *IPO priced at $24/ share, above $19- $22 marketing range-sources. Oct 18- China's online micro-credit provider Qudian Inc raised $900 million in an IPO that priced above expectations, underscoring robust U.S. investor demand for fast-growing Chinese companies. Its American depositary shares were priced at $24 each, above the marketed range of $19- $22, sources...

  • Qudian is offering 37.5 million American Depository Shares with a float price range of $19-$22 per ADS.

  • Oct 17- Chinese online micro-credit provider Qudian Inc's initial public offering was priced at $24 per American depository share, according to sources close to the matter, above the expected range of $19- $22 each. At $24 per share price, Qudian has a market value of as much as $7.9 billion. Qudian's net income jumped near eight-times to 973.7 million yuan in the...