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Published August 5, 2013 8:34 am
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convention calendar


International Old Lacers

2013 Annual Convention

Sheraton, Salt Lake City

Attendance • 400

Runs through • Saturday


Tour of Utah

2013 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

Bryce Canyon, other locations

Attendance • 1,327

Runs through • Sunday

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week include:


Institute for Supply Management • Service sector index for July.


Commerce Department • International trade data for June.

Labor Department • Job openings and labor turnover survey for June.


Federal Reserve • Consumer credit data for June.


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims.

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates.


Commerce Department • Wholesale trade inventories for June.

Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings, include:

Cvent • McLean, Va., 5.6 million shares, priced $17 to $19, managed by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Proposed NYSE symbol CVT. Business: Cloud-based event management software provider.

Fox Factory Holding • Scotts Valley, Ca., 8.5 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by Baird, William Blair and Piper Jaffray. Proposed Nasdaq symbol FOXF. Business: Makes high-performance suspension products for off-road vehicles and bikes.

Frank's International • Amsterdam, Netherlands, 30 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by Barclays, Credit Suisse and Simmons & Co. Proposed NYSE symbol FI. Business: Global provider of tubular services to the oil and gas industry.

Independence Realty Trust • Philadelphia, Pa., 4 million shares, priced $10 to $11, managed by Ladenburg Thalmann & Co., William Blair and JMP Securities. Proposed NYSE symbol IRT. Business: REIT that owns eight apartment properties.

Intrexon • Germantown, Md., 8.3 million shares, priced $14 to $16, managed by J.P. Morgan and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol XON. Business: Developing synthetic biology technologies.

MiX Telematics • Midrand, South Africa, 6.3 million shares, priced $14 to $16, managed by Raymond James and William Blair. Proposed NYSE symbol MIXT. Business: Provides fleet and mobile management SaaS solutions.

QEP Mainstream Partners • Denver, Colo., 20 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by Wells Fargo Securities, Morgan Stanley, Citi. Proposed NYSE symbol QEPM. Business: QEP Resources-backed limited partnership that owns midstream assets in Utah, Wyoming, Colorado and North Dakota.

Stock Building Supply • Raleigh, N.C., 8.8 million shares, priced $16 to $18, managed by Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Citi. Proposed Nasdaq symbol STCK. Business: Manufacturers and distributes wood products in the U.S.

World Point Terminals • St. Louis, Mo., 8.7 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch. Proposed NYSE symbol WPT. Business: Limited partnership formed to own, operate, develop and acquire storage terminals for light refined products, heavy refined products and crude oil.

YuMe • Redwood City, Ca., 5 million shares, priced $12 to $14, managed by Citi, Deutsche Bank and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol YUME. Business: Leading online video advertising network.

Utah Events

Tuesday & Wednesday

Disaster Drill • Veterinarians and public safety responders from Utah and Colorado will conduct a large scale "Foreign Animal Disease" exercise from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Aug. 6 and 7 at the Western Park Arena in Vernal. The purpose of the exercise is to train the agriculture community to quickly identify and contain a foreign animal disease with the goal of preventing it from spreading to other livestock, threatening human health and entering the food system. Horse owners are asked to bring their animals so veterinarians can draw blood from them as part of an investigative follow-up to a 2001 outbreak of equine infectious anemia in the Uintah Basin. For additional information, contact Larry Lewis at 801-538-7104.




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