Amid prevailing volatility in palm oil futures, Malaysian palm oil giant nabs $3.13 billion IPO

State-owned Malaysian palm oil giant Felda Global Venture Holdings raised a $3.13 billion initial public offering (IPO), a considerable feat against the backdrop of the Eurozone crisis and lackluster financial markets. The IPO values the company at $5.22 billion and is 2012's second largest IPO afte...

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