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MILAN Shares in Italy's Pirelli fell on Wednesday on the tyremaker's return to the Milan stock exchange two years after it was taken over by China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina).
MILAN Italian tyremaker Pirelli is expected to price its initial public share offering (IPO) at 6.5 euros per share, at the lower end of an already narrowed range, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
MILAN Italian tiremaker Pirelli has lowered the maximum valuation it expects in its initial public offering (IPO) by 19 percent to 6.7 billion euros ($7.9 billion), a notice to investors reviewed by Reuters showed on Wednesday.
MILAN State-owned China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) will give up control of Pirelli as part of the Italian tyremaker's return to the bourse to show Beijing has a market friendly approach to investments in Europe, Pirelli's chief executive said on Monday.
MILAN/LONDON Tyremaker Pirelli has given up on what sources say was an initial valuation goal of 9 billion euros (8.00 billion pounds) ahead of its return to Milan's stock market next month, after several fund managers baulked at paying such a lofty price.
MILAN/LONDON Tyremaker Pirelli may struggle to get the 9 billion-euro ($11 billion) valuation sought by its owners on its return to Milan's stock market next month, with several fund managers saying they will not invest if it is valued at more than 7.5 billion euros.
MILAN/LONDON, Sept 14 Tyremaker Pirelli may struggle to get the 9 billion-euro ($11 billion) valuation sought by its owners on its return to Milan's stock market next month, with several fund managers saying they will not invest if it is valued at more than 7.5 billion euros.
MILAN Pirelli is set to place 30 to 40 percent of its shares in an initial public offering expected to be wrapped up in early October, two sources close to the matter said, as the Italian tyre maker readies a return to the bourse under new ownership.
MILAN Italian rail-signalling company Ansaldo STS is looking for small acquisitions to offset a sector slowdown though it sees no quick solution to its row with activist funds holding almost a third of the group, its chief executive told Reuters.
MILAN Italy's third biggest lender Monte dei Paschi di Siena said on Sunday it would press ahead with a last-ditch plan to raise 5 billion euros on the market by year-end after the European Central Bank refused to give it more time to recapitalize.
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