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- Investors who go ga-ga for Google should reconsider. Hauke, Keenan // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/10/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p35
Reports on the decision of the founders of Google to conduct their initial public offering in a Dutch auction format in Indianapolis, Indiana. Stock prices; Investment opportunity of the capitalists; Assessment of the stock trading activity.
- Determinants of IPO Subscription in India. Jain, Neeta; Singh, Raj // Vilakshan: The XIMB Journal of Management;Sep2012, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p121
Research studies show that the rate of subscription in IPOs significantly affects pricing of stock. In view of the importance of subscription rate, the present study aims to find out the determinants of the subscription rate in India. In Indian IPO market the investors are divided into three...
- The Information Content of Grey Market Prices of Indian IPOs. Vishwanath, S. R.; Singh, Kulbir // International Research Journal of Applied Finance;Aug2011, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p955
Earlier studies find that high grey market prices in Europe are a good predictor of first-day aftermarket prices, while low grey market prices are not and document long-run price reversal following high grey market prices. This is attributed to investor optimism and sentiment. We find that 1)...
- Auditor Reputation and the Pricing of Initial Public Offerings. Beatty, Randolph P. // Accounting Review;Oct89, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p693
ABSTRACT: It is hypothesized that an Inverse relation exists between the reputation of the auditor of an Initial public offering and the initial return earned by an investor. Specifically, clients that hire more reputable CPA firms should exhibit lower initial returns than clients that choose to...
- Choix des cabinets d'audit et Ã©valuation des titres introduits au second marchÃ©. Broye, Géraldine // ComptabilitÃ© ContrÃ´le Audit;Nov2001, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p105
In many countries, IPO issues are caracterised by a phenomenon of underpricing. Among the alternative reasons for underpricing are the ex ante uncertainty and information asymmetries between issuers, investors and underwriters. In this context, we suppose that the choice of a prestigious auditor...
- PICC: investors flock to China. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;December 2003, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p99
Reports on the purchase of shares in China's general insurance initial public offering. Stock prices; Improvement of investor confidence; Growth in the premium insurance income.
- Venture firms seek help to spur IPOs. // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/11/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p18
The article focuses on the effort of venture capitalists to seek help from U.S. regulators in reforming post-Enron corporate-governance rules which would boost the initial public offering (IPO) in the country.
- Accounting Choices of Issuers of Initial Public Offerings. FRIEDLAN, JOHN M. // Contemporary Accounting Research;Summer1994 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
Because there are no market-determined prices for IPO shares before they are sold to investors, issuers and underwriters must use nonprice information about the firm to set the offering price. Accounting-based measures are frequently identified as particularly useful in valuing untraded...
- Ipo Underpricing: A Liquidity Based Explanation. Palmucci, Fabrizio // International Research Journal of Finance & Economics;11/1/2012, Issue 101, p98
The underpricing of initial public offerings (IPOs) is a deeply investigated phenomenon, commonly explained with asymmetric information and risk. Ellul and Pagano (2006) first linked the underpricing with liquidity proxies like liquidity risk and effective spread. In this paper I propose a...