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22Jul 2017

Five exciting IPO rumours and how to ensure you don’t miss out

An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is when a company lists its shares on a stock exchange for the first time. The money raised during an IPO is typically used to grow the company or allow existing shareholders to realise some of their investment.

IPOs can offer exciting opportunities for investors. It’s often the first chance people will get to invest in a major, global brand.

Until a company formally announces its intention to float on the stock market, IPOs are shrouded in rumours. Once confirmed, an IPO can happen very quickly, with investors only having a week or two to apply.

25May 2017

Canadian Ovrs Pet Ld (TSXV: XOP) (AIM: COPL) Common Share Offering

Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited

Announce a Common Share offering to raise gross proceeds of £3.25 million (the “Placing”), pursuant to which the Company will issue 650,000,000 new common shares (“Placing Shares”) at a price of 0.5 pence per Placing Share. Management, including Arthur Millholland, President & CEO, representing approximately 3% of the existing share capital of the Company, and certain existing shareholders, plan to participate in the Placing for an amount approximately equal to their proportionate current holdings in the Company.

21May 2017

SMALL CAP MOVERS: Corero jumps 11%, ECSC 20% in wake of cyber-security attacks; Proxama tanks after scrapping sale plans

Cyber-security hasn’t strayed too far from the headlines this week thanks to the WannaCry ransomware attack last weekend.

Online menace: Cyber-security hasn’t strayed too far from the headlines this week thanks to the WannaCry ransomware attack last weekend

Online menace: Cyber-security hasn’t strayed too far from the headlines this week thanks to the WannaCry ransomware attack last weekend

The cyber-attack infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries, including some of those owned by various governments and healthcare providers.

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