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.
The IPO market may have been resilient during October, but it succumbed to broader stock market pressures of uncertainty and volatility in November, turning in a paltry six market debuts for total proceeds of $351.9M. The result was the slowest…
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.
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…
In a month where global markets were rocked and the major indices all lost ground, the U.S. IPO market did its best to provide consistency. October saw 22 offerings debut, generating $5.2B in proceeds.
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.