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IPOSIntellectual Property Office of Singapore
IPOSInternational Psycho-Oncology Society
IPOSIntegrated Point of Sale
IPOSInternet Protocol Over Satellite
IPOSIndian Postal Service
IPOSInput Process Output Storage
IPOSIndvidual Program of Study (UK education)
IPOSInternet Protocol Over SONET
IPOSIdeal Presentation Online System
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Furthermore, we are seeing renewed appetite for cross-border IPOs and an increase in confidence from institutional investors in GCC equity markets.
Based on the pipeline of IPOs, we expect to see a number of premium government or partially government owned assets being floated over the next two years, particularly in the energy-related sector," said Hughes.
Most IPOs recover after the first correction which should give you a chance to profit on a stock rally.
H1 IPOs in Egypt included Integrated Diagnostics Holdings PLC, Edita Food Industries, Orascom Construction Limited and Emar Misr.
The IPO market is very strong across Mena, particularly among the GCC countries which continue to attract large IPOs and drive the strong performance in the region.
Global IPOs enable firms to overcome poor institutions in their country of origin by giving them access to global capital markets.
First, using different valuation multiples based on IPO offer prices and pre-IPO financials, we find that even after controlling for other valuation factors, second-time IPOs sell at a significant discount relative to comparable first-time IPOs.
While the total number of IPO firms declined by 67 from the previous year, the number of those posting initial market quotes below their respective IPO prices increased by nine.
By opening at 420,000 yen compared with its 400,000 yen offering price, this issue quickly improved the perception of IPOs among many investors.
CCH said that "IPO Vital Signs" analyzes over 200 data elements from every new significant IPO registered with the SEC for its ongoing database.
The Global IPO market saw a surge in activity in the last quarter of 2003 and early 2004, and is currently showing signs of a rebound, according to the Ernst & Young Global IPO Survey.
In a succeeding panel, Timothy Draper, founder of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a venture capital firm, noted that VC firms tend to see IPOs as a beginning and not an end, adding, "We're often the last ones to sell.