Broo Limited (ASX: BEE ) is a unique Australian beer company focused on the production, marketing and sale of two beer products, Broo Premium Lager and Australia Draught Beer. The company has also entered into agreements for the supply and distribution of Broo Premium Lager in China.
US Masters Residential Property Fund (ASX: URF) was established in June 2011 and is listed on ASX. The Fund aims to provide Unitholders with a diversified portfolio of US residential property assets, located in the target investment area of the New York metropolitan area.
Powerhouse Ventures Limited (ASX: PVL) is a NZ based company which seeks to identify valuable intellectual property emerging from Australian and NZ universities and Government-owned research institutes. Powerhouse then commercialise the IP through the formation and development of start-up companies.
Antipodes Global Investment Company Ltd (ASX: APL) will be a listed investment company established to provide investors with access to a global equities portfolio actively managed by Antipodes Partners Ltd. The portfolio will predominantly comprise of long and short positions in international listed securities.
India Fund Limited (ASX: INF) will be the only ASX listed investment company solely focussed on Indian listed equities. The Company’s primary objective will be to deliver capital growth by offering an efficient way in which to invest in the long-term growth potential of India.
The DomaCom Limited IPO succesfully closed on 19 August. The proposed listing will be advised shortly.
Th Silver Heritage Group IPO has successfully closed. The company expects to commence trading on ASX on 29 August 2016.
The Kyckr Limited IPO has closed. The company expects to commence trading on ASX in the first week of September.
Since the launch of OnMarket BookBuilds, investors have accessed 25 Offers.
As at 10 August 2016, average returns by days post-listing are...
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