Initial Public Offerings. The service monitors IPO’s worldwide using local stock exchanges as its primary source of information, along with secondary sources including local newspapers, news agencies etc. You can access IPO data announcements captured at 6 stages:
New – indicates that the IPO is complete (or in action) and the listing date is today or yesterday.
Rumor – indicates that the company (or other respected source) has announced its intention to hold an IPO, but before the necessary approval has been made.
Pending – indicates that the IPO is confirmed and the necessary approval has been made.
Historical – indicates that the IPO has taken place and the listing date is more than 2 days before.
Postponed – an IPO which has been temporarily suspended, pending a further announcement on the operation of the placement.
Withdrawn – an IPO which has been permanently stopped due to the company’s or regulatory body’s decision.
Further Public Offerings. Investigate if a target company has announced a Further Public Offering such as a secondary offering or share placement and use that information to track the impact of dilution on shareholdings.
Client can access FPO data announcements captured at 4 stages:
- New – indicates that the FPO has been announced but is not yet effective.
- Postponed – indicates that the FPO has been temporarily suspended.
- Closed – indicates that the FPO has now finalized.
- Withdrawn – indicates that the FPO has been permanently stopped due to the company’s or regulatory body’s decision.
Once a FPO event become effective, a Shares Outstanding is published to reflect the previous and new amount of securities outstanding as a consequence of the additional securities distributed in the offering.