Neiman Marcus puts brakes on IPO

Neiman Marcus has decided to prolong its initial public offering until early next year due to market volatility. The luxury chain had filed for a U.S. listing in early August and had hoped to debut in time for the holiday shopping season. But a slump in the luxury goods department has prompted the company to wait. Story

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