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Abhinav Ramnarayan

Analysis: Europe's IPO market roars back to life but where are the SPACs?

Sep 27 2021

FRANKFURT European stock market listings have come back with a bang after the summer lull but blank cheque firms are nowhere to be seen.

UPDATE 2-Euro zone yields hit two-month highs on report about ECB's inflation view

Sep 17 2021

LONDON, Sept 17 Euro zone government bond yields reached the highest in over two months on Friday after a report suggested that the European Central Bank expects to hit its inflation target by 2025, and even a subsequent partial denial did not reverse the move.

Euro zone yields near two-month highs on report about ECB's inflation view

Sep 17 2021

LONDON, Sept 17 Euro zone government bond yields hovered near two-month highs on Friday after a report suggested that the European Central Bank expects to hit its inflation target by 2025, and even a subsequent partial denial did not reverse the move.

Volvo Cars gears up for $20 billion IPO in coming weeks, sources say

Sep 15 2021

STOCKHOLM China's Geely Holding is in advanced discussions with banks to list its Volvo Cars unit in the coming weeks, three sources told Reuters, in what is expected to be one of Europe's biggest initial public offerings (IPOs) this year.

France's Bollore poised to own $7 billion worth of Universal after listing

Sep 14 2021

PARIS/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Vincent Bollore is set to own $7 billion worth of Universal Music Group shares after it floats next week, raising questions about how the French tycoon could use this new source of cash as Universal's parent Vivendi charts a new course.

UPDATE 2-Greek bonds buck sell-off after PEPP boost

Sep 10 2021

LONDON, Sept 10 Greek government bond yields fell for a second session in a row on Friday, avoiding a sell-off that struck the rest of the market.

Greek bond yields drop again on PEPP boost

Sep 10 2021

LONDON, Sept 10 Greek government bond yields fell for a second session in a row on Friday as the ECB's cautious stance supercharged Southern Europe – but especially Greece, the biggest beneficiary of the central bank’s pandemic emergency purchasing programme (PEPP).

Oxford Nanopore announces London IPO after hitting $3.3 billion valuation

Sep 09 2021

(Reuters) -Oxford Nanopore, a provider of rapid COVID-19 tests to Britain's national health service, announced a London listing on Thursday as it aims to build on the 2.4 billion pound ($3.3 billion) valuation it achieved in its latest funding round.

EasyJet rejects Wizz bid and raises $1.7 billion to go it alone

Sep 09 2021

LONDON (Reuters) -EasyJet has rejected a takeover approach from Wizz Air that would have created a low-cost airline to rival Ryanair, opting instead to raise $1.7 billion from shareholders and go it alone in an industry battling to recover from the pandemic. | Video

Goldman lines up $5 billion Petershill private equity asset float

Sep 06 2021

LONDON Goldman Sachs plans to float the assets of its Petershill Partners unit, hoping to cash in on a private equity boom with an IPO valuing the investment vehicle at more than $5 billion.

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