If you ever wanted to own a Ferrari but didn't have enough cash on hand, here's an idea: Get some shares and a small part of the iconic brand. The Italian auto maker is expected to hit the New York Stock Exchange for the first time Wednesday.
At the NYSE, stockbrokers and traders run the show, except when the show runs them. Just how much influence do the iconic traders in the headlines and front page pictures really have?
Under its 'Vision 2020 plan', Siemens has been undergoing significant changes. Is the decision to publicly list its healthcare unit in Frankfurt — the biggest German IPO in 21 years — part of the process?
After Trump asked Saudi Arabia to list the oil giant Aramco in New York, Britain has raised the stakes for a London IPO. The UK government denies a $2 billion loan guarantee is an attempt to secure the listing.
Investor appetite proved high as Snap, the owner of the popular messaging app Snapchat, celebrated its trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange. Its shares soared following an IPO pricing above target range.
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