#TrustBuddy: next peer #IPO – #OnDeck

The hot IPO of Lending Club has elevated the focus on the emerging market of non-bank alternative lending. Following the tremendous success of the Lending Club IPO, another of the US companies this hot market, OnDeck Capital (NYSE:ONDK), is set to make its initial public offering this week. OnDeck provides an online platform for small-business…

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#VA Automotive: The seller could be done

It has been a rough first two weeks of trading for shareholders of recently listed VA Automotive. However, the last two trading days marked a trend shift and actually finished in the green. Nevertheless, since its first day of trading on Nasdaq OMX’s First North list on Monday December 1st, the share  is still down…

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#TrustBuddy: Strong demand for #Lending Club #IPO, $LC

LendingClub, biggest peer to Sweden listed P2P lending provider TrustBuddy, has raised about USD 865.5 million from selling 57.7 million shares in its IPO. Stock is expected to start trading today, Thursday December 11th. The initial public offering of LendingClub, the world’s largest online marketplace directly connecting borrowers and investors, was priced at USD 15…

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#VA Automotive: What is behind the share price slaughter?

It has been a disastrous start for the share of VA Automotive, to say the least. Since its first day of trading on Nasdaq OMX’s First North list on Monday December 1st, the share has declined every single day of trading and is down almost 30% compared to its IPO price of SEK 6,50. The…

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#Arcam, $AMAVF: Recent volume order a clear sign of strength

On December 4th, Sweden’s 3D-printing equipment manufacturer Arcam received one of its biggest orders so far. The Italian company Lima order a total of 5 Q10-systems from Arcam. Says Arcam’s CEO Magnus René in an interview with Swedish news agency Direct: “At the end of 2012 we received an order for six systems at the…

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#TrustBuddy: #LendingClub #IPO price indicates large upside, $LC

P2P lending provider and peer to Sweden listed TrustBuddy, LendingClub Corp. has set a price range for its initial public offering that implies a valuation very similar to the one the company received in its most-recent private investment round. The financial services company, which connects lenders and individual borrowers through an online platform, set a…

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#VA Automotive: #IPO at attractive levels

Monday December 1st 2014, is the first trading day for VA Automotive. Under the ticker AUTO (ISIN SE0006426508), the share will be listed on Sweden’s First North exchange. Sweden is known for its strong capital goods sector, so we decided to take a look at the newest addition. Company description In it current structure founded…

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#Nexam: More #insider buying a bullish sign

Today, we note the second insider purchase in Nexam Chemical within a short period of time. Member of the Board Cecilia Jinert Johansson has bought 5000 shares on November 21st (http://www.nexamchemical.com/Investors/Share-Information/). This comes only a few days after fellow member of the Board Michael Karlsson has bought 42 000 shares. Obviously, this is a strong…

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#TrustBuddy: No surprises in Q3 2014 report, $LC

The world’s only listed P2P lending provider TrustBuddy just released its Q3 2014 report. The company had already given a trading update in connection with the two milestone acquisitions it announced last week. Net revenues amounted to SEK 30.3m which marked a year-over-year increase of 43%. EBIT came in at a negative SEK 6.2m. For…

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#Nexam: 2014 has been a fantastic year so far

Friday February 7th, 2014, Nexam Chemical‘s share closed at SEK 16.7. The following Monday was the day when Nexam published the news about its commercialisation agreement with the largest chemical company in the world, BASF. That day, Nexam’s share closed at SEK 21.6. Today, November 18th 2014, Nexam’s share is trading at SEK 16,4. So…

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