As the Dow Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ Composite rallied for the eighth straight week on the back of increasing hopes for a U.S. trade deal with China and President Donald Trump signing a budget agreement to avoid a second…
Despite future corporate profit concerns and renewed trade fears coupled with a relatively volatile trading week, the capital markets continued to gain momentum welcoming 15 deals (6 IPOs, 4 FOs, 3 BLKs, and 2 CVTs) for aggregate proceeds of $3.2B.
As the arctic blast that brought sub-zero temperatures throughout the U.S. did little to quell excitement for Super Bowl 53 last week, the new issuance market responded by warming up, pricing 11 deals (4 IPOs, 2 FOs, 4 BLKs, 1…
In a historically sluggish opening to the new year, January 2019 saw one lone IPO come to market: New Fortress Energy LLC. Since 2001, only '03, '09, and '16 were slower, all of which priced zero deals. The integrated gas…
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.
The new issuance market decelerated considerably during Q4 as 148 deals came to market to raise $35.7B in aggregate proceeds.
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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.