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It is hard to see how Snapchat parent Snap will live up to expectations after its IPO

David Glance, University of Western Australia Snap, the parent company of Snapchat is looking to go public with an IPO in March of 2017. Snap has filed its intentions secretly with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and it is expected to be valued at between US $20 and...

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Why Stock Market Panic can Signal a good time to Buy

Lee Smales, Curtin University Financial markets around the world are responding to current political uncertainty in both Australia and the UK by sending stocks, bonds and currencies on a rollercoaster ride. The far-reaching implications of Brexit caused the S&P/ASX 200 volatility index (A-VIX) to spike to the highest level since...

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Seven Ways to tell whether a Private Equity backed IPO should be avoided

Mark Humphery-Jenner, UNSW Australia Private equity-backed IPOs (Initial Public Offerings) have come under significant scrutiny following several high-profile failures: but are these representative or merely anomalous blights on an otherwise well-performing sector? Last week, the proposed private-equity backed listing of Guvera music was blocked by the ASX following concerns raised...

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IPO Report 2016

In spite of a shaky start to 2016 for Australian and global markets, local IPOs are generally bucking the trend. 2015 saw: 97 ASX IPO listings (up 33% over 2014), with a market capitalisation of $17.6 billion and capital raised in excess of $8.6 billion; Technology and financial services were...

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Asia Pacific Equity Offerings Outpace Prior Year

The amount raised from both common and preferred equity offerings from Asia-Pacific banks increased in the first half compared to the first half of 2014. In the first half, common equity offerings from SNL-covered Asia-Pacific banks generated US$16.05 billion, an increase of nearly 26.5% from 2014's first-half total common equity...

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