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IPO approval for China Metallurgical
Multi-billion Dollar simultaneous listing planned on Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges.
CSCEC sets IPO record
State-owned construction company raises US$ 7.34 billion from selling 40% of its shares.
CSCEC gets IPO approval
Chinese state-owned construciton giant expected to raise US$ 5.9 billion with stock market floatation.
Terex to raise US$ 600 million
Terex has announced plans to raise US$ 600 million in new capital. It will use the proceeds to pay down debt as part of a scheme that will give it more financial flexibility with its banks.
Taylor Wimpey to issue 2,13 billion shares
Company hopes to raise € 570 million with discounted offer.
VIDEO: Construction shares down –10% in Q1
Construction shares lost just over 10% of their value in the first quarter of 2009, in line with the wider markets. Disappointing though these losses were, they represented a marked change from 2008 when the construction sector fell further and more steeply than mainstream indicators.
Heidelberg Cement rocked by Merckle’s suicide
Shares in Heidelberg Cement suffered a sudden -12% fall on Tuesday following the apparent suicide on Monday of Dr Adolf Merckle, its controlling shareholder and member of the Supervisory Board.
Trade-in: why do big rental companies buy their own shares?
Why do publicly traded companies repurchase their own shares? And what does this mean for the rental companies and the equipment manufacturers? IRN’s finance correspondent, Jeff Eisenberg, explains.
Oshkosh warns of lower than expected JLG sales
The Oshkosh Corporation, owners of JLG Industries, said it expected a loss of approximately $1.22 to $1.32 per share for the quarter ending 30 June 2008.
June European Sharewatch: Gains continue
Share prices around the world achieved some modest gains in May, although record oil prices and general worries about inflation spoiled the party. Chris Sleight reports.
March European sharewatch: Nosedive
The value of shares around the world has sunk like a stone over the first few weeks of the year due to a worsening outlook in the US and the continued effects of the global credit squeeze. Chris Sleight reports.
April European sharewatch: Nervousness continues
After a tumultuous start to the year, stock markets around the world calmed down a little in late February and March. However, the mood remained nervous and shares generally continued to fall. Chris Sleight reports.
May European sharewatch: Signs of Recovery
Share prices rebounded in April, as some confidence returned to the markets. There were some good increases in prices, but companies are generally still in negative territory for the year to date. Chris Sleight reports.
Stocks stabilise
Share prices clawed back some ground in February following the disastrous start to 2008. But although there was some bounce it was by no means a recovery. Chris Sleight reports
Nosedive
The value of shares around the world has sunk like a stone over the first few weeks of the year due to a worsening outlook in the US and the continued effects of the global credit squeeze. Chris Sleight reports.
Review of 2007
The stock markets had more ups and downs than usual in 2007, with record highs being followed by the fall-out from the credit crunch. There were some gains to be had, but it was still the most difficult year since 2002. Chris Sleight reports.
IRN Rental Share Index
IRN's regular Rental Share Index, a monthly share price tracker of rental company shares.
Record IPO
Strabag SE, Austria's largest contractor, raised € 1.33 billion (US$ 1.91 billion) in its October Initial Public Offering (IPO) of shares.
Oil spoils the party
Stock markets may not be as worried about the sub-prime crisis as they were a few months ago, but now the rising oil price is giving cause for alarm... again. Chris Sleight reports
November IC Share Index
November IC Share Index
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