an IPO
What is...
An initial public offering, or IPO, is when a company raises money by issuing shares in the market for the first time.
Being the first – or initial – time is an important distinction, as companies can raise money after their first listing through secondary offerings.
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Eight “must read” books for 2014; ING economists’ top picks
What are ING economists reading this year?
As many enjoy the Europe summer, four ING economists share their which books are in their holiday reading for 2014.
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If you’re in a romantic relationship, does it change the way you make decisions?
Those with experience of making choices as a couple will no doubt say “yes”. And research supports this claim that, for better or for worse, much of our consumer behaviour is influenced by those we love.
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