Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s $15 billion listing in the Hong Kong stock exchange, set to take place in late August, has been postponed, due to the ongoing political unrest in the country.
Saudi Aramco has formally requested proposals from banks to prepare the world’s largest IPO ever.
High yield has little room for disappointment after its very strong showing this year, especially given its lack of liquidity.
After decent second-quarter results, companies are still upbeat for 2019. But that may not last.
While 2019 has been the year of larger-than-life IPOs, there have been a few scrapped public offerings, indicating investors’ scepticism over inflated company valuations and prospects of long-term profit.
In the second quarter of 2019, Portugal’s asset under management (individual and collective portfolios) amounted to €94,395.4m, registering an increase of €311.9m from the first quarter of the year and €1,178.3m more than the second quarter of 2018.
Burford suspects the short-seller of market manipulation. The UK regulator is looking into the matter.
According to the latest BofAML's Fund Manager Survey, interest in bonds hasn’t been this great since the 2008 crisis.
Sanlam’s mid-year Income Study revealed that despite UK equities falling out of favour since the Brexit referendum, London stock valuations could still be attractive when compared to other international markets.