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  • n. Plural form of floatation.


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  • "In the past three or four months we've seen a strong interest from Indian companies looking to raise money in London," he said, adding that the firm is now seeing around one or two clients a week -- below the pre-downturn numbers but a big improvement on late 2008 and 2009, when potential floatations from the country fell deathly quiet.

    Indian Firms Eye London IPOs

  • What happens if the gilt market proves itself even more difficult in coming up with the funds for the gilt floatations?

    Budget 2009: A crisis waiting to happen?

  • Those orange and yellow floatations, those rope-like floatations are what they're using to clean up this massive spill.

    CNN Transcript Jul 24, 2008

  • Wall Street has hosted several Chinese internet floatations in the last couple of years.

  • The IPO represents what could be the first in a wave of floatations by U.S. News

  • The list showed that 295 companies have applied to list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange or Shenzhen's small and medium enterprise board SME board, while another 220 firms are seeking floatations on Shenzhen's Nasdaq-style ChiNext board.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Similarly, revenue from equity related deals -- mainly stock market floatations -- hit a

    Engineering News | Home

  • "In these private equity floatations, where is the upside for investors if all we are doing is re-financing the companies where the PIK notes are eating up everything in sight?" news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Heavily involved in the Eurotunnel and Eurodisney floatations that cost investors millions.

    The Guardian World News


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