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Trading without stabilisers

20 May 2011 By John Foley

The Swiss trader’s IPO is hugging its float price. But early trading can be deceiving. New issues often benefit from intervention by bookrunners mandated to stabilise the shares. This saves the issuer face, but it can create distortions and attract the wrong type of investors.

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