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Underwriter

When a company chooses to make an initial public offering (IPO) , they might employ an IPO underwriter, or usually an investment bank. Underwriter definition: The role of the IPO underwriter is to make sure the company meets all...

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Closing Price

Looking for a closing price definition? The closing price is a security’s trading price at the end of a day’s business in a financial market. This makes it the most recent valuation of a security until the next trading session. Where...

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