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Finding out about new issues

Each week the Financial Times and the Investors Chronicle discuss companies that are due to float in the following months. Both these publications display statistics of recent new issues. The website of the LSE (www.londonstockexchange.com) carries details on the new issues. Other websites concerned with new issues include Hemscott (www.hemscott.com), Interactive Investor (www.iii.co.uk/newissues), Proactiveinvestors (www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk) and ALLIPO (www.allipo.com).

Brokers usually offer a new issues service. You will be sent details of all new issues which your broker is willing to apply for. (Many new issues are only open to large buyers, such as pension funds and insurance companies. However, brokers ...

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