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.
As the 2018 midterm elections wrapped up this week, the new issuance market saw a slight increase in activity from the prior-week, as 9 deals priced (1 IPO, 6 FOs, 1 BLK, and 1 CVT) for proceeds of $1.4B.
The burst of new issuance that comes with autumn has officially given way to the subdued activity of the impending holiday season, as last week saw just 7 deals price (3 IPOs, 2 FOs, 2 BLKs) for total proceeds of…
The last week of October saw a downtick in deal count with only eight deals pricing (5 IPOs, 2 FOs, 1 BLK) for combined proceeds of $1.8B.
As cooler temperatures swept across the United States and brought the first real taste of autumn, the new issuance market cooled down as well, as 13 deals priced (8 IPOs, 4 FOs and 1 CVT), generating $1.7B in the process.
U.S. markets ended the week lower as stocks try to rebound from some of the sharpest losses seen over the last 6 months. The DJIA fell 4.2%, the S&P decreased 4.1%, and the NASDAQ lost 3.7% last week.
U.S. markets ended the week mixed as investors reacted to robust economic data and optimistic views from the Federal Reserve. The DJIA remained flat, the S&P decreased 1.0%, and the NASDAQ dropped 3.2% last week.
As temperatures began to cool across the Northeast, the new issuance market stayed hot, pricing 26 deals (12 IPOs, 11 FOs, 1 BLK, 2 CVTs) for $7.0B in aggregate proceeds. The IPO market experienced one of its busiest weeks of…
As everyone gets ready for Fall and pumpkin spice latte season, the new issuance didn’t want to let the summer party end after 21 deals (6 IPOs, 10 FOs, 3 BLKs, 2 CONVs) priced for total proceeds of $7, 020.4M.
As the Eastern Seaboard of the United States braced for Hurricane Florence last week, the new issuance market whipped up a storm of its own, as 26 deals (4 IPOs, 15 FOs, 5 BLKs, 2 CVTs) priced for $7.0B in…