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Tech companies are still going public in Asia, but not enough to halt the global IPO slowdown
Asia-based companies accounted for nine out of the top 10 IPOs in the first quarter of 2022, which raises the question: Is Asia a haven for public exits amid the current global slowdown?
Are Nubank’s low IPO fees a sign of the times?
Fees on the Nubank IPO were among the lowest of the year. Could it also be a sign of some of the changes we are planning to track in 2022?
China’s ride-hailing giant is delisting from the New York Stock Exchange
China’s ride-hailing behemoth Didi has begun the procedure of delisting from the New York Stock Exchange and applying to list in Hong Kong instead, the company announced via a Weibo post on Frid
Digital lending platform Blend valued at over $4B in its public debut
Mortgages may not be considered sexy, but they are a big business. If you’ve refinanced or purchased a home digitally lately, you may not have noticed the company powering the software behind it —
The NYSE will delist three Chinese telecoms after all
The New York Stock Exchange announced this morning that it will be delisting three major Chinese telecom companies, a move that it first announced last week before seeming to reverse course on Monday.
NYSE seeks SEC approval for more direct listings
The New York Stock Exchange filed an amendment today with the Securities and Exchange Commission to allow for more direct listings. Direct listings offer a more streamlined method for companies to go
Forget the casino, bankrupt Hertz can now sell up to $1 billion in stock
Hertz, the rental car company that is going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, can now sell up to $1 billion in stock as it seeks to tap into one of the hottest tickets in town: traders with a
NYSE trading and IPOs won’t halt through COVID-19 says vice chairman
Trading and IPOs on the New York Stock Exchange will continue through any economic tremors the COVID-19 crisis may cause. That’s according to the NYSE’s vice chairman, John Tuttle, who spo
NYSE will temporarily close its trading floor and move to electronic trading only
The New York Stock Exchange will close its trading floor on Monday, March 23 and fully move to electronic trading, the exchange’s operator Intercontinental Exchange announced today. The actual p
COVID-19 market turmoil tests NYSE’s shutdown circuit-breakers
For the second time this week trading on the New York Stock Exchange halted for 15 minutes this morning when a market drop triggered the exchange’s internal circuit breaker, shortly after 9:30am. Th
Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries
Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading day across the Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange. The ma
NYSE proposes big change to direct listings
Companies may soon be able to raise capital through a direct listing.
Africa e-tailer Jumia’s shares fall 4% day after IPO lockup expiration
Shares of Africa-focused e-commerce company Jumia dropped 4% the day after the lockup period expired for its April IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. The lockup provision prevents major shareholders
Slack prices IPO at $26 per share
Slack’s public debut is happening Thursday on the NYSE and the company has set a reference price of $26 per share for its direct listing, according to WSJ, which would value the company at arou
Slack reportedly chooses the New York Stock Exchange for its direct listing
The ubiquitous corporate messaging service Slack is following in the footsteps of Spotify’s subscription music service and heading to the New York Stock Exchange for trading through a direct lis
Asian streaming startup M17, still recovering from a failed IPO, raises another $25M
M17, the Taiwanese streaming company that controversially priced on the NYSE but didn’t list, has returned to the private markets after it raised a $25 million funding round. The round was led
It looks like Coinbase is preparing to add a lot more cryptocurrencies
Coinbase aspires to be the New York Stock Exchange of crypto, and it is taking a small — but not insignificant – step to offering a lot more cryptocurrencies after it revamped the process
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is working on a bitcoin trading platform
The New York Stock Exchange is working on its own bitcoin trading platform. According to a new report from The New York Times, the NYSE’s parent company is developing an online exchange geared t
Baidu’s streaming video service iQiyi falls 13.6% in Nasdaq debut
The streaming video service iQiyi, a business owned by China’s online search giant Baidu, dropped 13.6% in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq — closing at $15.55, or down $2.45 from it
Southeast Asia’s Sea, formerly Garena, to raise upwards of $884M in US IPO
Sea, the Singapore-based digital entertainment firm formerly known as Garena, is set to raise upwards of $884 million when it lists on the New York Stock Exchange Friday under ‘SE’. The co