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Going Public: An IPO's Market Debut May Not Live Up to the Hype

by Jillian Gaietto on Jul 10, 2018

Investments
An initial public offering (IPO) is the first public sale of stock by a private company. Companies tend to schedule IPOs when investors are feeling good about their financial prospects and are more inclined to take on the risk associated with a new venture. Thus, IPOs tend to reflect broader economic and market trends. And not surprisingly, 2017 was the busiest year for the global IPO market since 2007.
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