JSW sets range

JSW set the price range for its Pz4.5bn-Zl5.7bn ($1.6bn-$2.08bn) Warsaw IPO on Monday with the bottom end representing a discount to Czech competitor New World Resources.

  • 13 Jun 2011
The price range of Pz114 to Pz146 values the company at around low threes to four times 2012 estimated EV/Ebitda, rising to four to five times for 2013, said one banker. He put New World Resources on five times 2012 and six times 2013, though technical factors such ...

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