IPO Could Indicate Problems For Competition, Says Yale StudyMark Melin
In initial public stock offering (IPO) by a company’s rival can have significant impact on the profits of other public stocks in the sector, points out a new research report from two Yale University professors.
IPO is bad news for rivals
The paper points out that competitors can see long term profit drop of between 10 and 25 percent. “Overall, the model indicates that an IPO is generally . . .
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