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    Shares of Costa Group Ltd, Australia's top supplier of fresh fruit and vegetables, debuted at a discount to their issue price on Friday as volatile markets hampered demand for the country's No. 2 listing of the year so far. The shares first traded at A$2.24, compared with their A$2.25 issue price, before falling further to settle at A$2.21 in a flat overall market.

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    Ferrari started rolling toward its long-awaited initial public offering on Thursday by filing documents with the SEC that could see the IPO hit the market by the end of the year. The Italian luxury brand filed for a 10% float, which could come by late 2015 after a regulatory review, with the remaining 90% likely to be spun off from Fiat Chrysler early next year.

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    Ferrari is revving its engine ahead of its planned New York stock market debut. Parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) announced Thursday it will spin-off the luxury car manufacturer and list shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The company has not yet released details about the number of shares that will be offered or the price range.

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    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCAU) said Thursday its Ferrari unit has filed for an initial public offering. The number of shares and the price range for the proposed offering have yet to be set, but the offering isn't expected to exceed 10% of the outstanding common shares, said Fiat in a statement. Ferrari will seek to list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

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    Italian luxury sportscar maker Ferrari NV filed with U.S. regulators for an initial public offering of its common stock. The company is being spun off from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV . UBS Investment Bank, BofA Merrill Lynch and Santander are underwriting the IPO, the company said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday.

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    Shares of Blue Buffalo Pet Products  were surging to trade at $26.95 on Wednesday afternoon, as it makes its initial public offering debut on the Nasdaq. The stock opened for trading at $27 this morning, after pricing its offering of 33,831,554 shares of its common stock from selling stockholders at $20 a piece. The size of the premium pet food company IPO was raised from 29,519,661 shares.

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    As investors wait for some of the sharing-economy companies that have built massive valuations in private markets to go public, they are placing bets on companies such as home crafts retailer Etsy (ETSY) and vacation rental site HomeAway (AWAY), smaller players that have already made the move. Investors are using such companies as a proxy for the big guns like ride-hailing company Uber and home-sharing company Airbnb, according to Sam Hamadeh, chief executive of PrivCo, a financial data...

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    LONDON, July 22 (Reuters) - European shares headed for a lower open on Wednesday, tracking falls in U.S. equities, with focus on company results as the second-quarter earnings season gathers pace in Europe. Futures for the Euro STOXX 50, Germany's DAX, Britain's FTSE and France's CAC traded between 0.7 and 0.5 percent lower by 0628 GMT. European stocks retreated on Tuesday from the six-week high hit in the previous session, with the FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European shares down 1.1 percent at 1,596.34 points by the close. U.S. stocks also closed lower on Tuesday as results from IBM and United Technologies that dampened early optimism over earnings season, and after-the-bell declines in major tech shares suggested losses would continue on Wednesday. Among others, shares in Apple Inc tumbled 8 percent after the world's largest publicly traded company by market value forecast fourth-quarter revenue below estimates. "After the recent relief rally we've had, it looks as though the bulls have exhausted themselves," Jonathan Sudaria, trader at London Capital Group, wrote in a note. "There's little in the way of new catalysts to keep markets chugging higher, certainly not US earnings, so traders are starting to take some profits off the table." COMPANY NEWS EDF, AREVA - French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said details of the tie-up between utility EDF and nuclear reactor maker Areva would be announced on July 31, with a recapitalisation plan to be set out in September. BHP BILLITON - BHP Billiton beat its own production guidance for iron ore in fiscal 2015 and said it was on track for additional growth, though it also flagged a further hit to its full-year underlying profit of up to $650 million, chiefly linked to writedowns in its copper business. HSBC - A federal judge rejected HSBC Holdings Plc's bid to dismiss a U.S. lawsuit claiming that its failure to perform its duties as trustee for $2.37 billion of residential mortgage-backed securities contributed to the downfall of five federal credit unions. BARCLAYS - British bank Barclays has denied receiving an offer of a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) from the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO), relating to a probe into its multi-billion pound fundraisings during the 2008 financial crisis. K+S - The salt and fertilizer group has rejected a new attempt by Canada's Potash Corp to entice the German company into takeover talks, a K+S spokesman said on Tuesday. ALSTOM - French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said he was seeing "reassuring elements" coming from the European Union's investigation into the takeover of Alstom's power unit by U.S. group General Electric. TOM TAILOR - Tom Tailor group like-for-like sales rose 1.9 percent in the second quarter, the company said in a trading statement. ZOOPLUS - Zooplus confirmed its full-year outlook in a trading statement after second-quarter sales rose 33 percent. EXOR - Axis Capital Holdings Ltd said its planned merger with PartnerRe was superior to a revised Exor offer. BANCA POPOLARE DI VICENZA - The cooperative lender said on Tuesday it had picked banks for a possible stock market listing in Milan. BANCA CARIGE - The lender said on Tuesday it had given a mandate to its chairman and CEO to hire a financial advisor as the cooperative bank gears up for consolidation in the sector. FINCANTIERI - Fincantieri said its first half net profit fell to 12 million euros from 24 million euros a year ago. Revenues were 2.22 billion euros versus 1.98 billion euros a year ago. GAMESA - Gamesa said its unit Gamesa Wind Turbine Private Limited has won a contract to supply wind turbines with a capacity of 250 megawatts in India. GESTAMP SOLAR - Spanish photovoltaic company Gestamp Solar is planning an initial public offering in the next two years, its chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday, after U.S. buyout group KKR acquired an 80 percent stake in the company. REPSOL, EDP RENOVAVEIS - Edp Renovaveis said on Tuesday it has agreed to buy from Repsol Nuevas Energias SA 33 pct equity interest in Moray Offshore Project and sell to Repsol 49 pct equity interest in Inch Cape Offshore Project. MAJOR EUROPEAN COMPANIES REPORTING: UNBP.AS Unibail Rodamco SE Earnings Releases BINV.ST BioInvent International AB Earnings Releases ESPI.MI Gruppo Editoriale l'Espresso SpA Earnings Releases VARD.SI Vard Holdings Ltd Earnings Releases GETP.PA Groupe Eurotunnel SE Earnings Releases LAND.L Land Securities Group PLC Sales/Trading Stmt Releases EZJ.L easyJet plc Sales/Trading Stmt Releases TEL.OL Telenor ASA Earnings Releases LONN.VX Lonza Group AG Earnings Releases TIE1V.HE Tieto Oyj Earnings Releases JMAT.L Johnson Matthey PLC Sales/Trading Stmt Releases SGE.L Sage Group PLC Sales/Trading Stmt Releases DANSKE.CO Danske Bank A/S Earnings Releases KESBV.HE Kesko Oyj Earnings Releases KINVb.ST Investment Kinnevik AB Earnings Releases MAJOR U.S. COMPANIES REPORTING : Q2 2015 American Express Co Q2 2015 Boeing Co Q2 2015 The Coca-Cola Co MAJOR MACROECONOMIC DATA/EVENTS (GMT) : 0645 FR Business climate 0800 IT Industrial orders and sales 0900 IT Retail sales 1100 US Mortgage 1300 US Home price ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 0540 GMT: LAST PCT CHG NET CHG S&P 500 2,119.21 -0.43 % -9.07 NIKKEI 20624.6 -1.04 % -217.37 MSCI ASIA EX-JP 460.76 -1.07 % -5 EUR/USD 1.0934 -0.02 % -0.0002 USD/JPY 123.63 -0.19 % -0.2400 10-YR US TSY YLD 2.327 -- -0.02 10-YR BUND YLD 0.775 -- 0.00 SPOT GOLD $1,093.47 -0.68 % -$7.54 US CRUDE $50.19 -1.32 % -0.67 > Asian shares wilt in shadow of Wall Street's earnings woes > IBM, United Tech drag Dow; Apple results weigh on futures > Nikkei snaps winning streak as Apple-related shares tumble > Prices gain after weak U.S. earnings spur safety bid > Dollar rally takes a breather, uptrend seen intact > Gold falls to near 5-year low as bearish view holds > London copper hits two-week lows as Chinese demand struggles > Oil prices fall as data shows U.S. crude stocks rising (Reporting by Liisa Tuhkanen)

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    Pet food maker Blue Buffalo Pet Products Inc priced its initial public offering of common stock at $20 per share, valuing the company at about $3.92 billion. The offering raised about $676.6 million after being priced above the expected range of $16-$18 per share. All 33.8 million shares in the IPO are being sold by stockholders.

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    Blue Buffalo Pet Products, Inc. said Tuesday it priced its initial public offering at $20 a share. The Wilton, Conn. pet food company said it was selling 33.8 million shares in the offering. The stock is expected to begin trading on the Nasdaq on Wednesday under the symbol BUFF.

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    Facebook's (FB) stock hit another all-time high Tuesday -- just shy of $100. The social media giant's shares are up 25% this year ... and more than 160% from their 2012 initial public offering price. So there are a lot of happy Facebook (FB) investors out there. But of course, nobody has gotten richer from Facebook (FB) than CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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    Debut chances may be adulterated after site is hacked. Shares for affairs may not be so profitable, after all. The Toronto-based media company Avid Life Media Inc., which owns Ashley Madison, the "most famous website for discreet encounters between married individuals," announced earlier this year that it hopes to raise $200 million in an initial public offering in London in 2015 after failing in a previous attempt in Canada.

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     IMAX's (IMAX)  price target was lowered to $42 from $45 by analysts at Canaccord Genuity this morning. The firm maintained its "buy" rating on the stock. The entertainment technology company has not given any updates on IMAX China since it filed for IPO at the end of May, analysts stated.

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    U.S. payment processor First Data Corp filed with U.S. regulators on Monday for an initial public offering of common stock. The company said it would continue to be controlled by buyout giant KKR & Co (KKR) after the IPO. The company set a nominal fundraising target of $100 million in its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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    SunEdison Inc.' s renewable-energy spinoff, TerraForm Global Inc., is looking to raise up to $1.19 billion in its initial public offering. Separately, SunEdison (SUNE) and another of its spinoffs, TerraForm Power Inc. (TERP), agreed Monday to buy residential solar-system company Vivint Solar (VSLR) for about $1.9 billion in cash, stock and notes. TerraForm Global plans to sell about 56.6 million shares for between $19 and $21 a share, according to a securities filing.