IPO optimism continues as new stocks trade up

The two large IPOs that completed last week, Direct Line and MD Medical, have continued to perform well in the aftermarket, prolonging confidence for the MegaFon and Telefonica Deutschland IPOs that are expected to price in the coming weeks.

  • 15 Oct 2012
Direct Line Group’s share price has continued to rise after a strong performance following the company's £787m IPO on Thursday. The shares were priced at 175p, but quickly rose to close up 6.91% at 188p by Thursday’s close. After closing slightly lower than that on Friday, the price ...

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