Globant CEO Migoya Discusses Price of IPO (Spanish)

July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Martin Migoya, chief executive officer of Globant SA, talks about the company's initial public offering in New York today. Globant's shares jumped 13 percent to $11.25 at the close of trading in New York, after reaching as high as $12.99. The company sold 5.85 million shares for $10 each, below Globant’s July 7 estimate that it would sell 6.3 million for $11 to $13. Migoya speaks with El Financiero-Bloomberg TV's Karla Palomo on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (This report is in Spanish. Source: Bloomberg)
Six Confess to Market Crimes in China Probe
01:59 - China's state media is reporting swift confessions after investigations into alleged market-related crimes. Four executives from the nation's largest brokerage, a financial journalist and even an official at the securities regulator have reportedly admitted wrongdoing in the current stock volatility. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
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