from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Business initial public offering
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- Initial Public Offering
- Intellectual Property Office
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of dicotyledonous plants belonging to the family Moraceæ. See Antiaris.
- n. An arrow poison prepared from upas-sap, Ipo toxicaria, by the Kenyahs in Borneo, who also use it internally as a medicine for malaria.
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- n. a corporation's first offer to sell stock to the public
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AIA's IPO is Hong Kong's biggest ever, and if the company exercises the offering's overallotment option to increase the size of the deal to $20.5 billion, the IPO could be the second-largest globally this year and the third-biggest ever.
Dealogic data show Pandora's IPO is Europe's fourth largest this year.
MMHE's IPO is the first of two listings planned by Petronas this year.
The MMHE IPO is the first of two listings planned by Petronas this year.
The IPO is Australia's biggest in several years and comes at a time when coal demand in China is booming.
The seesaw of an on-again-off-again IPO, coupled with various management reshuffles and low morale as AIG prepared to sell off its "Asian gem," prompted an exodus of employees and agents.
The expected price range of the IPO is higher than a forecast given by GM Chairman Ed Whitacre last month.
The Asian life insurer's base IPO is multiple times covered at the top of the price range of HK$18. 38 to HK$19. 68 a share, the people familiar with the situation said.
But some investors question whether an IPO is in the best interest of EGP — or Enel.
Oberoi Realty's positive IPO is likely to boost sentiment for other real estate company listings.