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going public

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na. [经] 公开经营

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  • It has a large reservoir of big companies and up-and-coming ones that will be going public on the Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges. 

    中国还拥有许多大型企业和即将在香港和上海交易所上市的新锐企业。

  • Going public without Wall Street's help works well for the few companies that are well known, highly regarded and solidly profitable. 

    对于少数众所周知、备受认可且盈利稳定的公司来说,在没有华尔街投行的帮助下自主上市切实可行。

  • A reverse takeover is a quicker and cheaper way of going public, but one that avoids the scrutiny of a traditional initial offering. 

    反向收购是一种更快捷、成本更低的企业上市方式,无需像传统的首次公开募股那样经过严格审查。

  • The merits of going public have been hotly debated within large private equity firms generally and Carlyle particularly. 

    几乎所有大型私人股本公司都对公开上市的好处进行了激烈争论,尤其是在凯雷。

  • Somehow, securities markets should create exemptions to cumbersome regulations for smaller companies going public. 

    证券市场应设法让中小公司上市时免受繁杂监管规定的限制。

  • Since going public 10 years ago, his business has grown its annual dividend such that it now exceeds its share price on flotation. 

    自10年前上市以来,他的公司一直在增加年度派息,以至于如今的年度股息已超过上市股票的股价。

  • This makes it frustrating for small companies going public to get the attention of investors, to say nothing of securities analysts. 

    这令上市的小公司难以吸引投资者注意,更不用说得到证券分析师的注意了。

  • Going public allowed investment banks to get bigger, which then gave them the heft to mold the regulatory system to their liking. 

    上市让投行们变得更加规模庞大,这让他们有足够的分量来按自己的喜好塑造监管系统。

  • Take L'Occitane. Its shares are up more than 30% since going public in May last year, outpacing competitors in other markets. 

    以欧舒丹为例,该公司股票自去年5月在香港上市以来已经上涨了30%以上,涨幅高于在其他市场上市的同类股票。

  • Right now, there is a lot of fever in the stock market. because many companies try to raise money by going public. 

    现在中国的股票市场非常红火,因为很多公司通过上市圈钱,

  • Other closely held companies get capital by borrowing, rather than going public, amid today's historically low interest rates. 

    其它私人持股公司则通过借贷而不是上市来筹集资金。目前美国利率处于历史低位。

  • Sure, there are significant benefits to going public, primarily as a source of capital and currency for acquisitions. 

    当然,作为收购的主要资本和货币源,公开募股会有很大效益。

  • Going Public The process of selling shares that were formerly privately-held to new investors for the first time. 

    公开上市向新投资者发售以往由私人拥有的股份。

  • Cyberworks is now Hong Kong's eighth-largest firm by market capitalisation, less than seven months after going public. 

    盈动上市未及七个月,已成为本港市值第八的上市公司。

  • Mr. Saito: I think there is no point going public as long as we keep posting declines in sales and profits. 

    齐藤敦:我认为只要我们的营收和获利持续下跌,那么公开上市就没有意义。

  • On the first day of trading, shares fell 11% and are now down almost 14% since going public. 

    该股第一个交易日下挫11%,当前较上市之时下跌了近14%。

  • First off, Chinese censors may be wrong if they think the movie-going public won't notice. 

    首先,如果中国的审查者认为电影观众不会注意到这一点就错了。

  • “To wait a year would inject a level of uncertainty for the proposition of going public.”. 

    斯特林表示,“如果等待一年将增加上市的不确定性”。

  • Another big trend we're seeing now is private equity groups and hedge funds going public. 

    问:我们现在看到的另一个重要趋势是,私人股本集团和对冲基金正纷纷上市。

  • Both resolved to pick up the phone before going public with their frustrations. 

    双方都采用了电话沟通的方式,而没有将摩擦公诸于众。

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