Example sentences for: ipos

How can you use “ipos” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In 1996, Wall Street firms took home nearly $3 billion from underwriting IPOs, which means that winning or losing two or three big deals can be the difference between a great year and a bad one.

  • Except for IPOs (first-time public stock offerings), most American companies raise capital internally.

  • In the short term, after all, the prices of many American Internet IPOs have been inflated by the fact that there are just too few shares out there to meet demand.

  • And that means the real losers are the companies whose IPOs end up underpriced.

  • What the fad for foreign IPOs ignores is the massive uncertainty still attached to foreign markets, even as it has led U.S. investors to overlook everything they take for granted at home: regular reports, corporate accountability, open books, the Securities and Exchange Commission.


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