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  • The following were among recent offerings and pricings in U.S. and non-U.S. capital markets, with terms and syndicate manager, based on information provided by Dow Jones Newswires and Factiva.

    New Securities Issues

  • It is also the final week for IPO pricings this year; the market shuts down for a holiday hiatus after this week until about mid-January.

    Jive Software Soars 25% in Debut

  • August is always a slower period for IPOs because pricings shut down in the second half as bankers and institutional investors head out for late-summer vacations; things don't get going again until mid-September.

    IPOs Look to Put Brutal August Behind Them

  • The pair got a cold shoulder despite pricing within their expected ranges, highlighting a continued disconnect between the level of investor interest indicated ahead of pricings in the U.S. and the true level of demand afterward.

    Investors Give FriendFinder the Kiss-Off

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped into six consecutive weeks of declines soon after, and IPO pricings became far more difficult.

    Triage in Health Care

  • The following were among recent offerings and pricings in U.S. and non-U.S. capital markets, with terms and syndicate manager, based on information provided by and Factiva.

    New Securities Issues

  • Though pricings halted completely in the U.S. in September, companies have continued to file IPO registrations, a first step in a multimonth process of coming public.

    Offerings Slow to a Crawl

  • State Street Corp. said litigation over its foreign-exchange trading services for clients has led to increased client inquiries on its pricings, and the trust bank reiterated it is releasing more details on pricing.

    State Street Says It Is Giving More Forex-Pricing Detail

  • From the beginning we recognized there was a wide spectrum of behavior: from those banks that never even issued sub-prime mortgages, to those who perhaps recklessly but not criminally assumed housing pricings would never fall -- to those who had actual knowledge that they were engaged in fraudulent behavior, lined their own pockets, failed to disclose material information and left investors holding the bag.

    Jeff Connaughton: Where Are the Cops on Wall Street?

  • More broadly, the pace of IPO filings and pricings is expected to pick up next month as 2010 earnings reports are completed, says Scott Cutler , head of listings in the Americas for New York Stock Exchange parent NYSE Euronext.

    Big IPOs Will Follow in HCA Footsteps

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