NYSE Clubbing Nasdaq in the IPO Fight

The New York Stock Exchange has gotten more than its fair share of IPOs ever since the Nasdaq botched the Facebook IPO. More 

Now Is Not the Time to Go Bottom-Fishing

Those interested in going long should wait for a better risk/reward setup. More 

Bailout-Fueled Optimism Fades — Monday’s IP Market Recap

A new Cyprus bailout deal lifted markets on the onset, but the broader indices followed European financials south by Monday's close. More 

SEC Approves FB IPO Compensation Plan

Nasdaq will pay $62 million to compensation four investment firms that lost $500 million due to trading system glitches during the Facebook IPO last year. More 

The ‘Great Rotation’ Can’t Come Fast Enough for NYSE

As nice as roaring stocks might sound for the exchange business, NYSE Euronext's latest cost cuts illustrate a more sober reality. More 

NYSE Finds an $8.2 Billion Escape

After months of seeing the Big Board's business deteriorate and its stock price wither, its shareholders finally have something to cheer. More 

2012: For IPOs, Its the Year of the Blooper

The botched IPO for WhiteHorse Finance continued an error-filled year for IPOs, but don't expect demand for offerings to dry up because of a few glitches. More