AUSTRALIA

Instinct misses IPO date

AFRICA-focused coal seam gas play Instinct Energy has missed its indicative initial public offering date on the ASX by three days, with the reason for the miss a mystery.

Instinct misses IPO date

Instinct listed an indicative date in its prospectus of November 8 but shares have not traded on the Australian Securities Exchange since then and the company has not announced a reason for the delay....

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