IPO Roundup May 23, 2016

London set for initial public offering (IPO) market recovery after EU referendum… but it may have to wait until after the summer | City A.M.

Activity on London’s initial public offering (IPO) market has dropped significantly on 2015 levels, with uncertainty around the upcoming EU referendum widely cited as being one reason for the slowdown. 

Denmark’s Biggest IPO in Decades Seen Feeding Currency Hedge Bet – Bloomberg

What looks set to become Denmark’s biggest initial public offering in more than a decade may add to pressure on the krone at a time when the exchange rate is already testing levels last seen during a 2015 speculative attack. 

US Foods IPO Is Enticing – US Foods Holding (Pending:USFD) | Seeking Alpha

The second-largest food services distribution company in the nation, USFD hopes to raise nearly $1 billion in its IPO, set for 5.26.2016. 

IPOs play a role in upcoming additions to the list – StarTribune.com

Tactile Systems Technology Inc. is the most likely company to be added to the Star Tribune 100. But the Minneapolis-based company first will have to complete an initial public offering (IPO). 

First State Super eyes growth after winning StatePlus bid | afr.com

First State Super, one of Australia’s largest non-profit superannuation funds, has paid around $1 billion for the NSW government’s financial planning business StatePlus.  

Mobile operator O2 strongly considering initial public offering (IPO) after collapse of merger with Three | City A.M.

An initial public offering (IPO) is one of a number of options being looked at by the mobile operator following its failed merger with Three. 

What to consider before buying into IPOs | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

The Initial Public Offering (IPO) drought seems to have come to an end, with the domestic market now flooded with several new offers from companies to get listed. And there are many more in the pipeline. Companies usually line up to go public when there’s a bull market. 

May Ends with 7 IPOs on Next Week’s Calendar – 24/7 Wall St.

While all four of last week’s initial public offerings (IPOs) went out as scheduled, the results were tepid at best. Three of the four price below the mid-point of their expected ranges and the biggest first-day pop was a meager 4.5%. Seven IPOs are on the calendar for the coming week. 


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