Business events in Utah this week
Nature's Sunshine Products Rising Star 2013
Salt Lake Marriott at City Creek
Attendance • 200
Runs through • Tuesday
Educational Testing Service 2013 Advanced Placement Program
Attendance • 2,800
Runs through • June 16
New economic numbers to be released this week include:
Institute for Supply Management • Manufacturing index for May
Commerce Department • Construction spending for April
Commerce Department • International trade data for April
Labor Department • First quarter productivity data
Institute for Supply Management • Service sector index for May
Commerce Department • Factory orders for April
Federal Reserve • Beige book economic report
Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims
Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates
Labor Department • Employment data for May
Federal Reserve • Consumer credit data for April
Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings, include:
Colony American Homes • New York, N.Y., 20 million shares, priced at $11.50 to $13, managed by Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and BofA Merrill Lynch. Proposed NYSE symbol CAHS. Business: Real estate investment trust managed by Colony Capital focused on leasing single-family homes.
LightInTheBox • Beijing, China, 8.3 million shares, priced at $8.50 to $10.50, managed by Credit Suisse and Stifel. Proposed NYSE symbol LITB. Business: Global direct-to-consumer online retailer based in China.
RCS Capital • New York, N.Y., 2.75 million shares, priced at $19 to $21, managed by JMP Securities and Ladenburg Thalmann & Co. Proposed NYSE symbol RCAP. Business: Wholesale broker-dealer for non-traded real estate investment trust products for American Realty.
Textura • Deerfield, Ill., 4 million shares, priced at $13 to $16, managed by Credit Suisse and William Blair. Proposed NYSE symbol TXTR. Business: Provides on-demand project management software for the construction industry.
Recycling • Salt Lake City Green will host a free electronic waste recycling event, 8 a.m. to noon, at Smith's Marketplace, 876 E. 800 South in Salt Lake City. E-waste, including computers, computer parts, televisions, cellphones, printers, scanners and cameras, will be accepted from city and county residents. For more information, including a complete list of acceptable materials, go to http://www.SLCgreen.com.
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