London has retained its position as the most active European market, representing 39 per cent of the overall activity so far this year. However, it did not feature a top five IPO this quarter and has hosted just three of the top 10 IPOs in 2014.

(...) feature a top five IPO this quarter and has hosted just three of the top 10 IPOs in 2014.PWC said the(...)

Don Tapscott: “ I think there is a crisis of legitimacy about democratic institutions.” Photograph: Ana Grillo

(...) offering] and you got wealthy. Now, companies don’t do IPOs. They sell to these big behemoths when they(...)

(...), so the IPO mania of yesteryear is absent. There were 630 technology IPOs is 1999 and 2000, compared(...)

 Virgin Money, the lender backed by billionaire Sir Richard Branson, launched itself on the stock market with a valuation of around £1.25 billion.  The Newcastle-based company priced its shares at 283p - the bottom end of the 283p to 333p range it indicated last week after it revived plans for a listing due to an improvement in stock market conditions. (Photograph: Matt Alexander/PA Wire)

(...) in a quarter where at least five IPOs in Europe have been postponed or withdrawn amid a stock(...)

Total revenue rose 12 per cent to $8.91 billion

(...) revenue from bond trading and fees for underwriting IPOs and advising on takeovers that were mainly(...)

 Alexander Kudlich, group managing director of Rocket Internet, Oliver Samwer, chief executive, and Peter Kimpel, chief financial officer, at  the launch of the company’s initial public offering   on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange yesterday. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) into upcoming German IPOs like TLG, Tele Columbus or Scout24 will now make sure to pay close attention(...)

Civitas is developing an inhaled form of the drug levadopa that is currently used by Parkinson’s patients in tablet form.

(...) best Nasdaq IPOs of the 2013/14 life science window”. However, the company decided to go instead with(...)

Specialist traders work at the post that trades Alibaba  during the company’s initial public offering (IPO) under the ticker “BABA” at the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

It might be king of the IPOs but some of the stuff being sold is just downright bizarre (...)

Jack Ma, founder of the Alibaba Group, holds a gavel on the New York Stock Exchange floor ahead of the Chinese e-commerce giant’s initial public offering yesterday. Phpotograph: Todd Heisler/The New York Times

(...), said the company.Retail investors get only 10-20 per cent of shares in big IPOs. The offer, $68 per(...)

Founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Jack Ma attends the company’s initial price offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange.

(...) bring the IPO’s size to about $25 billion, making it the largest initial public offering in history(...)