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As the US Federal Reserve Board slowly moves away from the expansionary monetary policy it has pursued for a long time, the debate over the consequences for emerging markets is still raging on Wall Street. By Tiziana Barghini February 3, 2014 A...
Eases regulatory requirements for selling shares on domestic exchanges.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Tom Clouse China’s stock market regulator will simplify the public listing process for Chinese companies selling shares on domestic exchanges. Co...
Accounting scandals? What accounting scandals? IPOs for Chinese companies go over big in the United States.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt As exchanges in London, Hong Kong and New York compete for the opportunity to host an expected $15 bi...
A number of recent depositary receipt listings paid off big for the issuers, as their share prices skyrocketed.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The major emerging markets are attracting renewed interest from investors. The uptick comes at...
Billionaire Wang Jing not only aims to build a waterway in Panama, now he’s looking to take one of his companies public.   NEWSMAKERS By Erik Heinrich Wang Jing is a man who likes to think big—his is the kind of grandiose thinking that built Chi...
The market for initial public offerings in the US and Europe is thriving.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Led by growth companies in the technology and healthcare sectors, investor returns on initial public offerings were exceptionally stron...
A new US law that makes it easier for smaller companies to raise equity capital is boosting initial public offerings, analysts say. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups, or JOBS Act, was largely responsible for a surge in IPOs in the US markets in the second quarter of 2...
The global market for initial public offerings continued at a quick pace in early August, led by the US and the Asia-Pacific region, according to Renaissance Capital.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The global market for initial public offer...
  The Billionaire's Apprentice: The Rise of the Indian-American Elite and the Fall of the Galleon Hedge Fund raises more questions than it answers. By Udayan Gupta In a recent interview at the Asia Society, Anita Raghavan, author of the recent...
After his $250 million purchase of the Washington Post, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos won't have to contend with—the bane of many a corporate exec right now—an underfunded pension plan. A rare example of a company with an overfunded plan, The Post stands out as many ...
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