African mobile networks operator
Helios Towers Ltd priced its initial public offering at 115-145
pence per share on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter
told Reuters, implying a valuation of $1.42 billion to $1.79
European shares opened lower on Wednesday,
with London stocks lagging the most on fresh Brexit drama, while
global growth fears intensified after several dismal factory
reports were released across the bloc and the United States.
German property company Domicil
Real Estate AG said on Wednesday it plans an initial public
offering with the goal of raising 150 million euros ($164
million) from the sale of new shares to fund its growth.