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Spotify Files For IPO

Spotify, the music streaming company, has filed paperwork to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Beginning the regulatory process for a listing means the popular music service could be the first large, well-known market debut of 2018, after a rebound in initial public offering activity last year. By the end of the […]

Black Panther Cumulative Sales In North America Climbs To US$605 Million

Productive Business Solutions & Express Catering Initial Public Offering’s Closed, Oversubscribed

In IPO activity within the local capital markets, Express Catering’s Initial Public Offering closed yesterday at 9am just after it opened, as the offer according to executives from lead broker Mayberry Investments, was oversubscribed. The offer was scheduled to close on, Wednesday 19th July 2017. Express Catering Limited on behalf of its holding company, Margaritaville […]

Tourism Sector Earned US$3B, And Placed US$1B In The Pockets Of Jamaicans

David McDaniel Taking Family Controlled Stationery and Office Supplies Public To Raise JA$95 million in IPO

Stationery and Office Supplies Limited will be looking to raise JA$95 million dollars via the local capital market with an Initial Public Offering of up to 50 million shares, inclusive of 22.5 million Reserved Shares in the capital of the Company Started in 1965 and now controlled by the McDaniel family headed David McDaniel his […]

Mayberry Investments Closes 2017 With Stockholders’ Equity Increasing By JA$2.1B Or 29% To Close The Year At JA$9.4B Or JA$7.79 Per Share.

OVERSUBSCRIBED? – Main Event Offering General Public 2% in IPO, Founders and Mayberry Investments Holding Onto The Rest.

From all indications the Main Event Entertainment Group’s IPO will be over-subscribed, as more than 98% of the shares are already locked-up and accounted for, this according to Businessuite Markets having reviewed the just released prospectus. Main Event Entertainment Group is seeking to raise approximately JA$120 million in an IPO which values the company at […]

Tourism Sector Earned US$3B, And Placed US$1B In The Pockets Of Jamaicans