New listings should start picking up pace in the next months after a slow first half of the year, said Garvis Toler, who is finishing up a trip to Asia with stops in Japan, Indonesia, Hong Kong and mainland China.

NYSE has had some high-profile tech IPOs the past years, including the world's largest in 2014 when Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding (BABA. N) went public, and Japan's Line Corp (3938. N) and communications software provider Twilio Inc (TWLO.

Companies including Chinese car-hailing app Didi Chuxing and financial technology company Lufax, plus India's Flipkart and cab hailing firm Ola, are among several that have raised billions of dollars from investors betting on the region's booming demand for internet services.

The Peshmerga operation on Sunday was "one of many shaping operations that will also increase pressure on ISIL in and around Mosul," said an official from the Kurdistan Regional Security Council, using another acronym to refer to IS.

A Peshmerga commander said a dozen villages had been taken from the ultra-hardline Sunni militants as Kurdish forces headed toward Gwer, the target of the operation, 40 km (25 miles) southeast of Mosul.

He said the planning included considerations for humanitarian aid to uprooted civilians. Preparations for the offensive on Mosul are "approaching the final phase," McGurk told reporters during a visit to Baghdad on Thursday.

Large capital raisings in private markets and a pickup in mergers and acquisitions for technology companies also means a lot of them will postpone listing plans, Toler added. New listings have plunged 50 percent globally so far in 2016 because of a spike in volatility in equity markets, in line with the decline in IPOs at the NYSE, while in market leader Hong Kong activity fell 26 percent, Thomson Reuters data showed.

NYSE, which is owned by Intercontinental Exchange Inc (ICE. N), regularly battles with rival Nasdaq Inc for listings, including technology and internet companies that had been a staple for the Nasdaq for many years.

References to autopilot and the term "zidong jiashi", which most literally translates as self-driving although also means autopilot, were taken off the webpage for the Model S sedan by late Sunday, according to a comparison with an archived version of page.

Recent departures include Youku Tudou, Mindray Medical and Qihoo 360 Technology, an internet security provider with a $9. shares in search of a higher valuation closer to home. More recently the two have lost ground in China's technology sector, with a long list of companies looking to follow Giant Interactive and Focus Media in delisting their U. 3 billion market capitalization.

4 million people have already been forced by conflict to leave their homes across Iraq, taking refuge in areas under control of the government or in the Kurdish region. Once the fighting intensifies around Mosul, up to one million people could be driven from their homes in northern Iraq, posing "a massive humanitarian problem", the International Committee of the Red Cross forecast last month.

It was the first known such crash in China, though it follows a fatal accident in Florida earlier this year that put pressure on the auto executives and regulators to tighten rules for automated driving.

Tesla removed the word "autopilot" and a Chinese term for "self-driving" from its China website after a driver in Beijing who crashed in "autopilot" mode complained that the car maker overplayed the function's capability and misled buyers.

The comments mirror those by Nasdaq Inc Chief Executive Officer Robert Greifeld, who said in June that Chinese companies were eager to list in the United States and double-digit listings this year would be seen as a success.

The Tesla driver crashed earlier this month while on a Beijing commuter highway after the car failed to avoid a vehicle parked on the left side, partially in the roadway, damaging both cars but causing no injuries.

Reuters was first to report last week that Tesla said it downloaded data from the Beijing car and confirmed it was in autopilot mode at the time of the crash, although the driver was not detected to have his hands on the wheel.

Tesla China staff have additionally undergone training in response to the Aug. 2 crash to re-emphasize that employees must always keep two hands on the wheel when demonstrating the autopilot function, according to a Tesla employee who was not authorized to speak to the media.

New listings should start picking up pace in the next months after a slow first half of the year, said Garvis Toler, who is finishing up a trip to Asia with stops in Japan, Indonesia, Hong Kong and mainland China.

The spokeswoman for the U. automaker issued a statement saying that the system was not self-driving but merely assistive and that drivers were responsible for always maintaining control of the vehicle.

"That said we're sitting here now with relatively low interest rates, equity valuations are at an all-time high, you've got really low volatility and so you have some of the trappings of what should be a decent IPO market," he said.

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