The IPO Buzz: An IPO Game of Wait and See

The eyes and ears of Wall Street will be focused on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s website Monday morning, Dec. 7, to see if 2015’s IPO window closes this week or next. At present, the calendar has only one deal on tap for December. It is Atlassian (TEAM – proposed), the Australian software company, […]

December 6, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Back from the Holiday Break

NBC reported 50 million viewers watched the Thanksgiving Parade on Thursday, but that was not the case about 3-1/2 miles south of Macy’s in Herald Square. On Wall Street, nobody was watching the IPO calendar. There is nothing on tap for this week. However, a few footsteps were heard in the quiet canyons of Wall […]

November 29, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: The World Isn’t Square

Everybody expected thunder and lightning from Square’s (SQ) IPO last week and they got it, but not quite the way it came down. As it turns out, Pythagoras was on to something all those years ago. The world isn’t square. There was a lot of controversy about Square’s relationship with Starbucks, Chairman Jack Dorsey’s dual […]

November 22, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Money, Sex and Security

Thunder and lightning are expected to roll off of this week’s calendar, but a lot can happen before the show begins. The IPO weather forecaster has identified three pending storms. They are called Square (SQ – proposed), Match Group (MTCH – proposed) and Mimecast (MIME – proposed). Two of those names are marquee quality, while […]

November 15, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Square Mania and A Full Plate

Square (SQ – proposed) the San Francisco-based provider of mobile payment solutions, set its IPO pricing terms to offer 27 million shares at $11 to $13 each early on Friday morning, Nov. 6, 2015. That Securities and Exchange Commission filing created pandemonium. The financial media went wild. The stock is expected to start trading on […]

November 8, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: The IPO Waiting Game

November’s IPO calendar looks much like the ones from the recent past. Several are true IPOs and some are mislabeled. Nevertheless, the big question is: “Where is the IPO market?” The answer could be: Probably not too far behind the current U.S. stock market. Consider the following: In October 2015, the major U.S. stock market […]

November 1, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Life After Ferrari

The burning question on the side of the IPO mountain reads: “Is there life after Ferrari (RACE)?”  The short answer is “Yes,” but it is not found in this week’s calendar. That calendar lists one new face at the IPO window and two carryovers from past weeks. But more on this later. The answer to […]

October 25, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Ferrari and the Road to Recovery

This week’s calendar has seven IPOs expected to raise about $1.5 billion. The focus is on one. It is Ferrari (RACE – proposed), the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer. Here is the buzz: Monday, the books close. Tuesday, it is to be priced. Wednesday, it starts trading on The New York Stock Exchange. That pretty […]

October 18, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Blockbusters, Pops and Flops

This week’s calendar of 10 IPOs is expected to raise over $5.3 billion. That looks impressive. But looks can be deceiving. A caveat: The IPO market reaches a fork in the road Thursday morning. It is a showdown between buyers and sellers over two blockbuster offerings. Here is the background: Today’s stock market, as measured by […]

October 11, 2015 Read More

The IPO Buzz: A Pullback, Biotechs and Hope

It’s become quite apparent that the stock market and the biotech sector have taken their toll on IPOs. Nevertheless, the new-issue calendar is far from dead. Let’s recap what has been happening in the financial markets, as measured by the popular indexes. The U.S. stock market has slipped into a correction (a pullback of 10 […]

October 4, 2015 Read More
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