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- Bradford family tell of holiday from hell after Monarch collapse A BRADFORD holidaymaker who has returned from a ‘holiday from hell’ due to the collapse of Monarch has criticised the Civil Aviation Authority for how long it took to address problems at her hotel. Paula Allinson, from Queensbury, and her family were just three days into a fortnight’s break in Turkey when they received the news that Monarch had ceased trading, on Monday, October 2.Following… View On WordPress
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- Lies You Will Hear As The Economic Collapse Progresses This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt Market. It is undeniable; the final collapse triggers are upon us, triggers alternative economists have been warning about since the initial implosion of 2008. In the years since the derivatives disaster, there has been no end to the absurd and ludicrous propaganda coming out of mainstream financial outlets and as the situation in… View On WordPress
- A Companhia Inglesa Monarch Airways Declara Falência Um dia triste para os amantes da aviação. A companhia inglesa Monarch Airlines declarou falência durante a manha desta segunda feira. O anuncio foi feito pela própria, citando: “Monarch has confirmed that the following companies have ceased trading and now entered administration: Monarch Airlines Ltd Monarch Holidays Ltd (ATOL Number 2275) First Aviation Ltd (ATOL Number 4888) previously trading… View On WordPress
- Provident Financial shares dive by 19% Image copyright Provident Financial Shares in Provident Financial plummeted by up to 19% early on Wednesday, after it warned a shake-up of its doorstep lending division would dent profits much more than previously forecast. The sub-prime lender is replacing self-employed debt collection agents with ones employed by the company. However, it has not had enough applications from existing agents and… View On WordPress
- You regularly go through stories about a company launching an IPO while giving the newspaper a going over in the mornings. You also notice your office colleague – a dabbler in stocks – talking excitedly about it. But you find it hard to prolong the conversation. So, here is a quick lowdown on IPOs for you to equip yourself with some stock market knowledge. To expand, IPO stands for initial public offering. A private company launches an IPO to get listed in the stock market, also known as “going public”. That means the company has to offer its shares to the general public. Why do companies ‘go public’? Expansion When companies offer its shares to the public, they lose some control. So why do they opt for an IPO? In several cases, private companies opt to go public to raise more money for expansion. Why don’t they approach a bank instead and retain its freedom to operate? That’s because the company would then need to pay interest on the loan amount. Therefore, companies not only raise a lot of money through IPOs, they can do so without paying interest for it. Exit of investors The other reason for taking the IPO route is when an existing investor chooses to leave the company. An investor can be an individual, a private equity fund or a venture capitalist. These investors put money in a business to make profit. They could choose to exit if the company becomes profitable. Or, if the company is not doing well. How do IPOs benefit you? Dividend A company may share its profit with investors. If you own its equity shares, you can receive the profit in the form of a dividend. Wealth creation The shares you buy during an IPO can be a cash machine. If the company does well, your wealth grows too. Imagine if you had invested in Reliance’s IPO (when the company’s share price was not high) all those years back. Quick profit There is a possibility that the company’s share price jumps as soon as it is enlisted in the stock market. You can choose to sell them and make a healthy profit in a quick time. How to apply for an IPO? Step 1: Get a demat account You can visit your bank and open a demat-cum-trading account. A demat account is an electronic locker that holds your shares in an electronic format. The documents needed are: PAN card, Aadhaar card and an address proof document. Step 2: ASBA Now, you need to understand what ASBA facility is. ASBA stands for Application Supported by Blocked Amount. This facility helps you to block the amount of money that you intend to invest in an IPO. Step 3: Bidding process In an IPO, you have to bid for shares. That’s because the demand might exceed the number of shares issued by a company. So, there are chances you may not get the number of shares you want. In some cases, you might not get any shares. But usually, when the demand is high, you end up getting some shares, but not the number you had bid for. Step 4: Understanding the bidding language First comes the lot size. Lot size is the minimum number of shares you have to apply for in the IPO. The lot size is mentioned in the company’s prospectus uploaded on SEBI’s website. What is SEBI? Securities and Exchange Board of India is a body that regulates a company’s initial public offering. Next is the price band. The company sets a price band. The lower limit is called floor price, while the upper limit is known as the cap price. You have to bid for shares between the cap and the floor price. You can also revise your bid before the IPO closes. The cut-off date is mentioned in the RHP. Finally, you will need to block the money (remember ASBA) in your demat account while bidding. The blocked amount stays in the bank account and earns interest till allotment. Risks But before you dive into the world of IPOs, you must be made aware of the risks involved. As mentioned before, IPOs give you a chance to make a quick buck. But, there is a chance that the price of shares drops when the company is listed in the stock exchange. To sum up IPOs not only raise money for a private business, but helps you earn money too. But, there are risks involved due to volatility of the stock market.
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shares fall 26%, taking more than $1 billion off market value.Serco Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Serco Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Shares in Serco plunged more than 30% after the outsourcing company issued a profit warning and said it plans to tap shareholders for funds and sell off large parts of its business after identifying $2.38 billion of likely impairments and charges.Shares of TrueCar Decline After Profit Warning Shares of TrueCar Decline After Profit Warning Shares of car-shopping website TrueCar fell 35% in after-hours trading, after the company issued a second-quarter profit warning and adjusted its guidance for the year.ASOS Shares Plunge after Profit Warning ASOS Shares Skid on Profit Warning A profit warning from pure-play online fashion firm ASOS sent shares in all U.K. retailers sharply lower, highlighting that no corner of the sector is safe.Société Générale Shares Plunge After Profit Warning Société Générale Shares Plunge After Profit Warning Société Générale Chief Executive Frédéric Oudéa said investors overreacted when the bank’s shares plunged more than 13% following its warning that it could miss profit targets.Erste Bank Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Austria's Erste Bank Shares Plunge The Austrian bank's shares fell 14%, dragging down Austria's main stock index 3.2% after increasing loss provisions for Hungary and Romania.Shares of Ascena, Ann Taylor’s Parent, Plunge After Profit Warning Shares of Ann Taylor Parent Drop After Profit Warning Ascena Retail Group Inc., which owns Ann Taylor and Loft, sharply cut its financial projections amid a rough retail market, sending shares tumbling by about a third.Green Mountain's Profit Warning Sends Shares Tumbling Green Mountain Shares Tumble Green Mountain Coffee Roasters lowered its earnings expectations for the year because of difficulties predicting consumer demand for its Keurig single-serve coffee brewers and packs.Home Retail Group Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Home Retail Group Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Shares of Home Retail Group, owner of the Argos catalog-shopping chain and Homebase do-it-yourself stores, plunged more than 17% after company warned that full-year earnings would miss market expectations.CVS Warns of Prescriptions Shift, Shares Tumble on Profit Warning CVS Warns of Prescriptions Shift, Shares Tumble CVS Health warned that it stands to lose 40 million prescriptions next year as deals signed by rival Walgreens Boots Alliance with other participants in the drug supply chain shut out CVS stores.Lufthansa Shares Plunge on Profit Warning as Terror Attacks Hit Bookings Lufthansa Shares Plunge on Profit- Warning Shares in Lufthansa dropped more than 8% after the German airline cut its profit target for 2016, saying a series of terror attacks in Europe had hit bookings.Commerzbank Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Amid Low Interest Rates Commerzbank Shares Plunge on Profit Warning Shares in Commerzbank dropped more than 7% after the German bank warned it wouldn’t reach its goal of keeping net profit stable in the full year as it battles with negative interest rates.Everything you need to know about the collapse of Monarch Airlines What caused the crisis at the British airline and what can passengers expect now? Monarch, Britain’s longest-surviving airline brand, hasShock and anger' over Monarch collapseAir reform planned after Monarch collapse Ministers are to consider reforms which will mean failed airlines such as Monarch can "wind down in an orderly manner", Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has told MPs.
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