Facebook recovered a little bit Monday, closing at $20.01, up 96 cents. Even so, the stock has lost about half it’s value since its initial public offering three months ago.
Maybe three years from now we’ll look back and say Facebook was a great buy, and so were casinos.
Here are some questions and answers about Facebook’s initial public offering of stock.
Facebook has priced its initial public offering of stock at $38 per share, at the high end of its expected range.
Will the average investor get a chance to buy any Facebook stock and, if so, is it even worth it?
Facebook could file regulatory papers as early as Wednesday for its highly anticipated initial public offering of stock, according to a newspaper report.
The parent of Dunkin’ Donuts plans to raise as much as $401 million before expenses through its initial public offering of 22.3 million shares, which are expected to price between $16 and $18 apiece.
LinkedIn’s stock has more than doubled on its first day of trading, with huge investor demand pushing the stock for the first major US social networking company to go public.
A Cambridge company attracted a bunch of attention on Wall Street as Zipcar launched its initial public offering of stock. The IPO was offered at 18 dollars a share, and gained 56% for the day.