Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY) went public today and dropped 4% early. But that’s not the only reason for investors to avoid ALLY stock.
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No official IPO date has been set for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., but analysts predict the company could file for its U.S. IPO as soon as the end of April.
While investors wait for the official date, the Chinese e-commerce firm has been on a spending spree. In the last year Alibaba has spent nearly $3.5 billion on acquisitions covering various industries.
I'm sure everyone has read at least one story about an investor who made a fortune buying some now-famous company on the day it originally started trading on the open market.
In some cases, the key to that fortune was buying a relatively obscure company that no one had heard of and then waiting for it to become the next Apple.
La Quinta Holdings Inc. (NYSE: LQ) stock was down in its first day of trading today (Wednesday) after the company's IPO price disappointed early investors.
The company announced late Tuesday that it was offering 38.3 million shares at $17 each. The company had estimated offering 37.2 million shares at a price range of $18 to $21. The La Quinta (NYSE: LQ) IPO price was lower than expected, and the stock opened down today. But these bullish indicators still remain for LQ.
The La Quinta IPO price may be lower than expected but these bullish indicators still remain for LQ stock...
A spate of Internet IPOs have made news in 2014, including the headline-grabbing initial public offerings of Alibaba Group Holding (not out yet) and King Digital Media (which went public last week).
When Alibaba confirmed that it will bring its IPO to an American exchange, analysts predicted that it could be one of the largest Internet IPOs in U.S. history, surpassing Facebook Inc.'s (Nasdaq: FB) $16 billion.
As the Internet IPO market heats up in 2014, Here's a look back at the 10 biggest Internet IPOs in U.S. history...
Investors can add another deal to the 2014 IPO calendar, with the GrubHub IPO expected to take place on Thursday, April 3.
Today, Grubhub officials announced that they have upped the price range on Grubhub stock to $23 to $25, from a previous range of $20 to $22.
Last week, GrubHub officials announced that they plan to raise approximately $155 million in an initial public offering by selling 7.03 million shares.
Now that the GrubHub IPO financial info has been released, investors are investigating the company.
This week's IPO calendar has eight companies making their public debut, and the GrubHub IPO will steal most of the headlines.
GrubHub plans to raise $148 million by offering 7 million shares at a range of $20 to $22. By meeting that total, GrubHub will have a valuation of $1.8 billion. GrubHub will hit the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, April 3. Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C), Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS), and Allen & Co. are serving as the lead underwriters on the deal.
With the number of companies that have hit the IPO market in the last year, many are wondering if the market has become oversaturated.
According to the IPO investment firm Renaissance Capital, 222 companies went public in 2013, raising a combined $54.9 billion. That made 2013 the biggest year for IPOs since the "dot-com" bubble of the early 2000s.
But before labeling the 2014 IPO market as a repeat of the dot-com era bubble, check out these statistics...
Last week, King Digital Entertainment PLC (NYSE: KING) officially begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The maker of popular mobile game "Candy Crush Saga" has priced its shares at $22.50. The 10-year-old company raised $500 million at this price.
After months of speculation, we're one step closer to the Box IPO, as the company filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Monday.
Box Inc. announced that it plans to raise up to $250 million in an initial public offering that could take place as soon as April.
King Digital Entertainment is the biggest deal on the IPO calendar this week, but there are nine other IPOs to watch.
High-tech IPOs are white hot right now, which is why many investors are trying to figure out how to invest in the 2014 IPO market.
This year has been one of the strongest for initial public offerings in recent memory. So far, we've seen 45 IPOs in 2014 - a whopping 96% increase from last year. This week, nine more IPOs are scheduled,
King IPO: King Digital Entertainment PLC said today (Wednesday) it expects a market value of as much as $7.6 billion in its initial public offering.
On Feb. 18, the maker of several hit social Internet games, including tour de force "Candy Crush Saga," filed for a U.S. initial public offering (IPO). The stock will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "KING," with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), Credit Suisse Group AG (NYSE: CS), and Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) serving as lead underwriters.
The IPO calendar has been packed this year, with 40 companies going public year to date. And this week we see another four companies make their public debuts.
The healthcare field once again leads the way with three of this week's IPOs. In 2014, 22 healthcare companies have gone public.