Few events get investors as excited as a new company joining the stock market via an IPO, or initial public offering. But new research published by Stockopedia, the online investment research platform, has uncovered some fascinating facts about IPO performance that every investor should know about. Listen to interactive investor’s head of equity strategy Lee Wild discuss the findings with Stockopedia analyst Keelan Cooper.
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