E Funds: An Ipo Worth A Second Look?By
An example of a 2000 IPO that has headed nowhere but down is eFunds, which went public on June 26 at 13. It is now at 9 1/2. No, eFunds isn't a no-revenue, no-earnings dot-com. A provider of payment-transaction processing and risk-management services, eFunds is expected to earn 23 cents a share in 2000 and 80 cents in 2001, up from 10 cents last year. And revenues are expected to total $411 million this year and $510 million next, up from 1999's $306.6 million. Among its customers: Citibank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Wal-Mart Stores, J.C. Penney, and Kmart. So why did the eFunds IPO bomb?
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