Anti-virus maker Avast plans to float

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Anti-virus maker Avast plans to float

Could value freemium company at over $5 billion.

Avast, whose free anti-virus software has long been used by consumers, will apply to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange in what could be a blockbuster float expected to value the company at around US$4 billion (A$5.16 billion). The listing, which is anticipated in early May, will see ...

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