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2012年最差交易大盘点

STEPHEN GANDEL 2013年01月04日

2012年,商界好戏连台。不过,有些交易只是表面虚热闹,实际并不划算。今天我们就为大家列出2012年最差的交易,其中有些显而易见(例如Facebook首次公开募股),有些则比较隐蔽(达美航空收购精炼厂)。不过,最惨的恐怕还是微软。

Facebook的首次公开募股

    Facebook首次公开上市发行的新股本来是人人争抢的对象,不想最后却成了烫手的山芋。就在Facebook宣布要首次公开募股后,它的股价几乎立即开始下跌,从42美元每股跌至17.55美元,后来才回升至28美元。

    事后人们给这次失败的首次公开募股总结了很多原因,其中包括:公司财务总监·大卫·艾伯斯曼一个劲儿地要求公司销售尽可能多的股份;承销商摩根士丹利(Morgan Stanley)暗中向某些投资人透露交易存在某些问题;纳斯达克(Nasdaq)似乎没有为这次IPO做好准备,等等。

    Facebook的首次公开募股尘埃落定后,已经有两个恶果显现出来,一是摩根士丹利向马萨诸塞州缴纳了一笔500万美元的罚款,二是数不清的股东官司仍至今悬而未决。

Facebook IPO

    The must-have deal of the year turned out to be a dud. Shares of Facebook (FB) began falling almost immediately after its IPO. The stock, which began trading at $42, sunk to as low as $17.55, before rebounding to $28.

    There has been plenty of finger pointing, including: Facebook's CFO David Ebersman pushed for the company to sell as many shares as possible; Morgan Stanley overpriced the offering and may have been involved with tipping off some investors to the fact that there were problems with the deal; Nasdaq seemed unprepared for the IPO.

    There have already been two settlements to come out of the Facebook IPO, including a $5 million fine that Morgan Stanley paid to the state of Massachusetts. Numerous other shareholder lawsuits are still pending.

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