There is a new clue – after rumors of CNBC – which sees to the Facebook IPO on Wall Street. The company that runs the most popular social network of the earth, has suspended trading on the gray markets (such as Sharespost.com) until Friday. The reported Bloomberg News and The New York Times. The law firm Fenwick & West, which follows the legal issues of the social network, had sent a letter last week to at least one of the companies that manage the secondary markets to warn of the suspension, but without explaining the reason for the decision.
However, according to some analysts, the suspension could mean that Facebook is moving more quickly towards the final landing on Wall Street. The social network by Mark Zuckerberg, according to experts, is now evaluated over 100 billion dollars and with the `long-awaited IPO will collect about $ 10 billion.