A report in The Wall Street Journal says 2016 is the worst year for IPO deal volume since the financial crisis. But Merrill Lynch Wealth Management's Mary Ann Bartels explains why she actually sees this as a positive, not a negative.
Cosmetics maker e.l.f.
Fisher Investments Executive Chairman Ken Fisher discusses why he thinks this is the most 'joyless' bull market in history.
First Hawaiian Inc's shares rose as much as 6.5 percent in their debut on Thursday, valuing the lender at $3.41 billion in the biggest initial public offering by a U.S. bank in nearly two years.
Shares of Japanese messaging app operator Line, soared as much as 36 percent in their U.S. market debut on Thursday,
Japanese messaging app, Line, is gearing up for its public debut Thursday in what could be the biggest technology listing of 2016.
Japanese messaging-app operator Line on Monday priced its dual initial public offering in New York and Tokyo at the top end of its range due to strong demand, raising $1.14 billion.
'Risk & Reward' host Deirdre Bolton reports on Twilio's debut on the New York Stock Exchange, ending the tech IPO drought.
Communications software provider Twilio raised $150 million, a higher amount than it had originally targeted.
Ashland on Tuesday filed to reorganize as a public holding company and separate its Valvoline business, key steps in Ashland's previously announced plans to split in two by year's end.
GTS Co-Founder and CEO Ari Rubenstein on the trading debut of US Foods.
It’s IPO day at the NYSE with a food distributor, a payment solutions company and a maker of construction products all going public.
US Foods Holding sold shares Wednesday at the upper end of the targeted range for its initial public offering.
While Wall Street has come a long way from the dark days of January, which saw the worst first 10 days of a new year ever, underlying trends suggest some areas of the market have been slow to regain investor confidence.
Shares of Bats Global Markets rallied on Friday in their debut, marking a high-stakes test of the company's own exchange and of the wider new-issues market after a lackluster first quarter.
Dell's cyber security unit, SecureWorks, said its initial public offering was expected to be priced at $15.50-$17.50 per share, valuing the company at up to $1.42 billion.
Bats Global Markets said its initial public offering of 11.2 million shares was expected to be priced between $17 and $19 per share.
Federated Investors Chief Strategist Phil Orlando on the factors weighing on the markets and investors' strategies.
Dell Inc's cybersecurity unit SecureWorks Corp filed for an initial public offering with U.S. regulators on Thursday.
Atlassian Co-CEOs Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes on the enterprise software company's IPO, growth, investment in R&D, job growth and the U.S. regulatory environment.