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    * Mandates Morgan Stanley (MS) to seek listing or partner. * Business had gross assets of 1.53 billion euros in 2014. Acciona (ACXIF) has mandated U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley (MS) to list its real estate division, the Spanish energy and construction company said on Monday. If a listing cannot be transacted under suitable conditions, it will seek a minority partner for the business, Acciona (ACXIF) said.

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    Acciona (ACXIF) said on Monday has mandated Morgan Stanley (MS) to list the Spanish energy and construction company's real estate business. If a listing cannot be transacted under suitable conditions, it will seek a minority partner for the business, it said. The real estate's business' gross assets were worth 1.53 billion euros in 2014, according to data from the Acciona.

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    State-controlled Petróleo Brasileiro SA hired a group of five banks to handle the initial public offering of its fuel distribution business, which could sell up from 25 percent of the unit to investors, the newswire service of O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper said on Friday.

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    Company's market cap tops $900 M in first day of trading. With high-profile data breaches becoming the norm, it is a good time to own a cybersecurity firm. At least that is the logic Rapid 7 Inc. seems to be capitalizing on.

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    Shares of Ooma Inc (OOMA) were trading down in its initial public offering debut Friday afternoon. Shares of the Internet phone provider were last trading at $11.18 as of 1:14 p.m. ET today. This morning, Ooma started trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at $12.10 per share.

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     Rapid7 (RPD) shares are soaring 57.12% to $25.14 in Friday's afternoon trading session on the cybersecurity firm's first day of trading on the Nasdaq Global Market. Yesterday, the company priced its IPO of 6.45 million shares of common stock at $16 per share. Currently, Rapid7 (RPD) has a valuation of about $605 million, according to MarketWatch.

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    Business is booming in the cyber security world and Wall Street loves it. Just look at how investors are gobbling up shares of Rapid7 (RPD), the latest company to cash in on the breach bonanza by selling its shares to the public. Shares of Rapid7 (RPD) spiked 67% on Friday morning as the next-generation cyber company debuted on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "RPD."

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    There is much to marvel at how Indian budget carrier IndiGo has become the fastest-growing airline in the fastest- growing airline market in the world. Potential investors need to be wary that they could be paying anything but a budget price. India's InterGlobe Aviation, which runs IndiGo Airlines, is planning an initial public offering in the coming months.

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    Security firm valued at more than $600 M, to begin trading Friday. Cybersecurity firm Rapid7 Inc. priced its initial public offering at $16 a share, above expectations, according to a person familiar with the offering. The deal raised about $103 million by selling 6.45 million shares, according to the person familiar with the deal, and gives Rapid7 a valuation of about $605 million.

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    Shares of Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc. (OLLI) are climbing higher by 33.06% to $21.09 on Thursday afternoon, as the stock makes its NASDAQ debut.The company, which styles itself as an "extreme value retailer," completed its initial public offering on Wednesday. The stock rose as much as 43% earlier today, valuing the company at roughly $1.31 billion, Reuters reports.

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    Security firm expects valuation topping $500 million. With high-profile data breaches becoming the norm, it's a good time to own a cybersecurity firm. At least that's the logic Rapid7 Inc. is hoping to capitalize on in its initial public offering, set to price Thursday night.

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    Brand names-for-less retailer raises $143 million in IPO. If the name Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc. (OLLI) is drawing a blank, you're probably not alone. The discount retailer-- it calls itself an "extreme value retailer"-- isn't really a household name, but it completed an initial public offering Wednesday, pricing its shares at $16 each, above the $13 to $15 range.

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    Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc.' s stock got a warm reception from Wall Street on Thursday, as it debuted at $22.68 in morning trade, or 42% above its $16 initial public offering price. The self hailed "extreme value retailer" raised $142.8 million by selling 8,925,000 shares at $16 each, which was above the previously-expected IPO price range of $13 to $15. The stock has traded as high as $22.99 minutes after its debut, before pulling back to a low of $20.75, before bouncing...

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    Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc. said Wednesday it priced its initial public offering at $16 a share, and it expects shares to begin trading on the Nasdaq Thursday under the ticker "olli". The discount retailer is offering 8.925 million shares of common sock, with proceeds to be used to repay debt. Morgan, Jefferies, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are the offering's joint book runners.

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    * Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs (GS), Berenberg to lead IPO - sources. * Flotation could value Hapag at more than 5 bln eur - Dow Jones. * IPO could take place as early as autumn - Dow Jones. By Arno Schuetze and Alexander Hübner.

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    German container shipping group Hapag-Lloyd is speeding up preparations for an initial public offering and has mandated Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs (GS) and Berenberg to lead the transaction, two people familiar with the matter said. Dow Jones earlier reported that an IPO could value the group at more than 5 billion euros and could take place as early as autumn.

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    Scarcity of shares are limiting gains, says J.P. Shares of Brazilian steakhouse chain Fogo de Chao (FOGO) stumbled Tuesday as the quiet period on the stock ended, allowing the underwriters of its June initial public offering to publish their first research. The end of the quiet period can act as a catalyst for a stock, if underwriters issue sufficiently glowing recommendations.