The IPO Buzz: School’s Out

During the U.S. stock market’s wild roller-coaster ride, the phones rang last week. The financial media called IPOScoop.com with the burning question: “How is the stock market’s correction affecting IPOs?” That was an easy one to answer. It isn’t. School is out. The IPO market traditionally closes down between mid-August and mid-September. (See The IPO […]

August 30, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Some Good News Among The Gloom

The eyes and ears of the financial world were glued to the corner of Broad and Wall Streets on Friday. The granddaddy of the U.S. stock market indexes, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, plunged over 500 points for the day and lost over 1,000 points for the week. The Dow moved into correction mode – […]

August 23, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: A Moonshot and A Blank Check

The IPO Express blew through Wall Street on its final run of the summer last week and its cargo did not disappoint: It delivered an opening-day moonshot and a blank check that had some pop. A moonshot is any IPO that closes it opening day with a gain of 100 percent or more. Lighting Up […]

August 17, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Last Dance of the Summer

This week is the IPO calendar’s final summer run – or for fans of the late disco diva Donna Summer, it’s the “Last Dance” before Labor Day. Five deals are set, with bankers expecting to raise a little over $550 million. Then there is nothing on tap until after Labor Day, which falls on Sept. […]

August 9, 2015 Read More
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