IPO Mauritius

Meet Snapchat's billionaires and millionaires

Snapchat, an app once written off as a sexting tool, is now worth more than $30 billion -- and the people who recognized its value early enough are in for a big payday.

03 Mar 2017, business.mega.mu

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Stock Price: How Long Can Shares Soar?

Alibaba Group Holding Limited shares jumped 38.07 percent on Friday to close at $93.89 following the e-commerce giant’s first day as a publicly traded company. The stock opened for trading at $92.70 per share and has a market cap of nearly $230 billion.

20 Sep 2014, business.mega.mu

Alibaba Boosts IPO as Demand Strengthens

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd raised the price range on its initial public offering to $66 to $68 on Monday, reflecting strong demand from investors for the year's most anticipated debut and potentially the world's largest-ever IPO.

17 Sep 2014, business.mega.mu

Alibaba Plans To Raise As Much As $24 Billion In Biggest U.S. IPO Ever

Chinese online retailing conglomerate Alibaba Group plans to raise as much as $24 billion in an initial public offering according to new documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday. At that size, Alibaba’s IPO would be the largest ever on for a U.S.-listed company and would value the firm at about $163 billion

07 Sep 2014, business.mega.mu

Lottotech Preparing for IPO

New adventure for Lottotech Ltd., which manages the lottery. The company will soon be entering the official market of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. She said yesterday, Tuesday, November 12, she prepared her current admission file.

14 Nov 2013, business.mega.mu

United Basalt Products LTD: Bond Issuance In The Study

United Basalt Products Ltd., one of the largest operators in the construction industry - listed on the official market of the Stock Exchange - plans to launch a bond issue in the form of private placements. Moreover, Bluelife Ltd and IOREC have a merger.

05 Sep 2013, business.mega.mu

China's Alibaba Is Soaring, But Avoid The IPO

Profits of Alibaba Group, the world’s biggest online retailer, more than doubled in the three months ended in December, jumping to $642.2 million from $236.9 million a year earlier.

21 May 2013, business.mega.mu