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US Federal Reserve decision may affect IPOs

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Mumbai: With high bouts of volatility being experienced in the secondary market and global liquidity expected to tighten once the US Federal Reserve starts scaling back its quantitative easing progra

Citi fined $2 million over Facebook IPO, fires two analysts


Citigroup fired its top Internet analyst, Mark Mahaney, and paid a $2 million fine to a Massachusetts regulator to settle charges that the bank improperly disclosed research on Facebook IPO and inform

Bharti Infratel to shed 10% to raise $1 billion via IPO by year-end


Bharti Infratel, the telecom mast arm of mobile major Bharti Airtel, on Friday filed for a USD 1 billion initial public offer (IPO) to divest 10 per cent stake by the year-end, said a senior mercha

Zuckerberg acknowledges 'disappointing' stock performance


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged his company's IPO performance has been 'disappointing' but said he hopes his company's legacy of connecting people will outweigh its falling stock price.

Facebook says Mark Zuckerberg won't sell stock for 1 year


Facebook Inc has said its CEO Mark Zuckerberg and non-employee directors will not sell stock in the company for at least next 12 months, giving some reprive to the stock's downward spiral.


US clears Facebook deal for Instagram


US regulators said on Wednesday they closed an investigation into Facebook's billion-dollar deal to buy the startup behind photo-sharing smartphone application Instagram, taking no action.

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Citigroup slams Nasdaq's Facebook compensation plan


Citigroup slammed Nasdaq OMX Group Inc's plan to compensate firms harmed by Facebook's botched market debut to the tune of $62 million, saying in a regulatory filing the exchange should be liable for

Sebi to consider ‘safety net’ for IPO investors


Market regulator Sebi will consider in September providing capital protection to part of investments made by very small investors in IPOs (initial public offers), although the move is being opposed by investment bankers and certain other sections of the industry.

Pre-IPO Facebook investors can sell $6-billion worth shares


The pre-IPO shareholders of Facebook will be able to sell up to 268 million shares, worth an estimated USD six billion, next week as a lock-in period for sale of these shares would come to an end.


Sebi plans extensive reforms of IPO, MF rules


Market regulator Sebi will consider wide-ranging reforms in its regulations for mutual funds and initial public offers (IPOs), including a 'safety net' guarantee and tax incentives for new investors.

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