May 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;5/17/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 20, p33
Trade Publication
Presents the IPO 100 Index, a list of the most recent 100 initial public offerings (IPO) in the United States. Index closed at 9.80 percent for the week ended May 12, 2004; Offer date; Offer price; Best performer was Pharmion, up $5.90 to close at $27.90; Worst performer was International Steel Group, down $3.79 to close at $26.51; 36 of the Index companies beat the Standard and Poor's 500 index.


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