Pure Gym pulls the plug on its IPO, blaming market volatility and 'challenging conditions' for investors 

Fitness chain Pure Gym has scrapped plans for a stock market flotation, just one month after first announcing it wanted to go public. 
The firm blamed the rapid U-turn on 'market volatility' and 'challenging conditions' for newly listed shares. 
Pure Gym's chief executive, Humphrey Cobbold, said: 'Given the challenging IPO market conditions, the board has decided not to proceed with a listing despite the strong interest shown by potential investors.
'Current trading is strong, giving us further confidence that we can capitalise on the significant market opportunity.'
Pure Gym added that... read more

11 October 2016 in Business, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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