As cold weather forced many Americans to lay low for much of this week, the new issuance market kept a low profile as well with just 8 deals (6 FOs, 1 BLK, 1 CVT) pricing for total proceeds of $1.1B.
The U.S. government remained in partial shutdown this week with the U.S. new issuance market remaining in a subdued state of its own as 11 deals (0 IPOs, 7 FOs, 2 BLKs, 2 CVTs) priced for aggregate proceeds of $1.94B.
As frigid temperatures swept across the U.S., the new issuance market remained ice cold, pricing the first three deals of 2019 (1 FO, 1 BLK, and 1 CVT) for aggregate proceeds of $1.3B.
With the holiday season officially over, the new issuance market remained stagnant, as zero deals came to market, making this week the second consecutive week with no new issuance activity.
U.S. new issuance experienced a customarily slow week heading into Christmas, compounded by additional drag from markets mired in growth, economic, monetary and political uncertainty.
As snow hit the east coast for the first time in December last week, the new issuance market had some flurries of its own, as 21 deals priced (6 IPOs, 8 FOs, 6 BLKs, 1 CVT) for combined proceeds of $3.7B,…
As the first full week of December, 2018 swept colder temperatures across the U.S., the new issuance market cooled as well, as 14 deals (3 IPOs, 6 FOs, 5 BLKs) priced for combined proceeds of $2.2B.
As the Rockefeller Center tree turned on its lights for the holiday season, the new issuance market garnered attention as well with 22 deals (9 FOS, 9 BLKs, 4 CVTs) pricing for aggregate proceeds of $7.7B.
As Americans celebrated Thanksgiving by gathering together and giving thanks for the preceding year, the capital markets had less to be thankful for as only two deals came to market (1 IPO, 1 FO), for total proceeds of $42.1M.
As we prepare to begin the holiday season, last week witnessed 25 deals price (6 IPOs, 13 FOs, 3 BLKs, 3 CVTs) for total proceeds of $8.9B, representing the biggest week since September 9th’s 25 deals for $9.5B in proceeds.