Square and Match Lead the Way for 8 New Stocks to Watch

Nov 16, 2015, 5:08 am EDT
Square and Match Lead the Way for 8 New Stocks to Watch

Last week, the market for new stocks got back into gear. And there were certainly hopeful signs, with various offerings posting strong gains.

Yet there are still some nagging issues. After all, the market volatility has returned, and there have also been grueling plunges from former red-hot new stocks, such as Fitbit (FIT) and GoPro (GPRO).

Something else: Last week also saw the postponement of the LoanDepot IPO. No doubt, this could be ominous for the prospects of the upcoming Square offering, which is slated to hit the markets on Thursday. Read 

Finally, IPOs Are Back With 8 New Stocks On Deck

Nov 9, 2015, 12:37 pm EDT
Finally, IPOs Are Back With 8 New Stocks On Deck

New stocks have gone through a very long dry spell. But things should get much better this week, with eight new stocks on deck.

No doubt, it certainly helps that the markets have staged a nice rally after its brutal correction during the late summer.

Granted, most of the new stocks for this week are on the small side. But offerings of companies like LoanDepot and Instructure are large enough to generate plenty of interest from the IPO market. Read 

Match Group IPO: Can It Woo Skittish IPO Investors?

Oct 19, 2015, 3:17 pm EDT
Match Group IPO: Can It Woo Skittish IPO Investors?

It seems that nothing is working with tech offerings right now. But this is not stopping Match Group. The company, which operates various dating sites, has filed its S-1 with the SEC. Source: ©iStock.com/pichet_w

OK, so will investors find the right match with this deal?

Well, first of all, let’s get some background on the firm: Match Group is actually part of IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI), which has used aggressive mergers and acquisitions coupled with internal development to put together marquee properties like Tinder, OKCupid, Meetic, Twoo, OurTime, FriendScout24 and, of course, Match.com. Read 

First Data: The Year’s Biggest IPO Debuts With a Thud

Oct 15, 2015, 3:33 pm EDT

If you’ve been reading the latest from the IPOPlaybook, then you’re aware that much of the latest news has been grim. And, unfortunately, there are few signs of improvement. Source: Flickr

Wednesday, Albertsons postponed its IPO because of rocky market conditions, as well as the plunge in the stock price of Walmart (WMT). In fact, there was also a delay from Neiman Marcus.

Now it’s true that First Data (FDC) was able to get its own deal done — the largest one for the year — but it was far from inspiring. The company priced the offering at $16, which was below the proposed range of $18 to $20 a share. Read 

Albertsons IPO Gets Postponed Indefinitely

Oct 15, 2015, 3:05 pm EDT

Albertsons has delayed its initial public offering (IPO) indefinitely.

The supermarket chain cited “market volatility” as the reason for pushing back its IPO. Retailers were hit especially hard in recent days.

Albertsons was ready to raise $1.95 billion in an IPO priced between $23 and $26 per share. Investors expressed interest in now having an IPO priced lower than the mid-$20s range. Read 

Neiman Marcus IPO Pushed Back to 2016

Oct 14, 2015, 11:47 am EDT

The Neiman Marcus IPO has been pushed back to 2016 by the luxury retailer due to volatile stock market. Source: Flickr

The Neiman Marcus IPO was announced in August when the company filed with regulators. There were plans to launch the IPO in 2015, but sources close to the matter claim that this won’t be the case now. Neiman Marcus hasn’t released an official comment on the matter, reports Reuters.

The Neiman Marcus IPO being delayed may actually work out well for the company. Many companies that have launched IPOs lately have had their offering priced below their initial range. There have also been less companies filing IPOs in the third quarter of 2015 when compared to the same time last year, Reuters notes. Read 

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