Integra IPO may close early, proving funds' faith in Russia

  • 16 Feb 2007

Oil services company Integra looks set to rebuff claims that investors' enthusiasm for Russian stocks is waning when it prices its $430m IPO next week.

Last week, IT company Sitronics and precious metal producer Polymetal were forced to price IPOs at or near the bottom of their ranges, while ...

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