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What was Apple Computer's IPO stock price?
October 11, 2008 5:01AM
At Apple's IPO, on December 12, 1980, the stock price was $22 per share.
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What was prudential insurance inc ipo stock price?
Who determines a company's share price?
Actually nobody. The price of a company's share is determined by the demand and supply theory and not by any individual. During an IPO, the price is determined by the lead underwriters to the IPO issue. But once the stock gets listed, the demand and supply drives the price of the stock. If a stock has heavy demand and limited supply, the price of the stock goes up. Similarly if a stock has little demand and heavy supply, the price goes down.
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What are the benefit of IPO for investors and company?
For Company: * They can raise capital for their business. They can use to fund their expansion & growth. For Investor: * Ideally speaking, the stock of any fundamentally sound company would go up after being listed in an exchange. Hence the IPO is the only place where you can get the stock at the lowest possible price. Hence if they buy stocks in an IPO, they can sell it off at a higher price and make a profit
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An initial public offering (IPO) is when a company does what?
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Why company participate in stock exchange?
Companies participate in stock exchanges to raise money from an IPO or initial public offering. An IPO is when they divide a portion of the company up into shares and then sell those shares to a select group of individuals, mostly brokers, underwriters and people who have had some role in issuing the stock. The purpose of going public with a company is to raise capital to reinvest back into the company in hopes that after the IPO demand for the stock of the company will continue to increase thereby bringing the price of the stock up and increasing the return on investments of those who own the company and those who hold the publicly issued stock.
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Are IPO stock options a safe place to invest my money?
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What is equity syndication?
Equity Syndication is a group of investors in a held together by a bookmaker that determines opening (IPO) price for an equity based upon closed bidding by a group of participating investors (the syndicate). The syndicate are allocated the shares they bid for and won and take a commensurate profit/loss if the price goes up or down during the IPO. Essentially a pre IPO price discovery process that determines the IPO price of the equity. It is a process for price discovery, hedge risk of the initial fixed price offering, and generate cash before an IPO. Twitter - @Dancest8r
What is a scope of initial public offering?
The scope of an initial public offering or an IPO is to offer stock to the public for the first time. Many company owners have become instant millionaires during an IPO. Yes. a good example is facebook. I could not buy the ipo but as soon as the stock went public the price per share was much lower than it is now. I see some info about alibaba. I know of an alibaba in the middle east. It might be something different that this IPO below: Alibaba Frenzy Escapes Small Investor Lack of Familiarity with Alibaba in U.S. Limits Interest Ahead of IPO