Department store Myer has released a prospectus and is preparing to float the company on the Australian Securities Exchange before the end of the year.
The Myer float is set to be the biggest IPO in the last 18 months and the first since the global financial crisis began.
According to the Myer Prospectus, the Myer IPO is set to offer 499.5 million Myer shares to the Australian public at a share price between $3.90 and $4.90.
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