IPO Market Has Busiest Quarter in Four Years
“The torrent of activity in the second quarter means that 2019 is shaping up to be a banner year for the IPO market."
IPO Market Enters 2019 on Shaky Ground
But Renaissance Capital sees hope in the form of "a large backlog of unicorns firmly indicating plans to complete some of the largest-ever IPOs."
IPOs Surge to Highest Level Since 2015
The money raised from IPOs in Q2 fell to a total of $13.1 billion, but more companies went public than in any quarter in the past three years.
Will 2018 Be the Year IPOs Come Roaring Back?
If economic and market conditions hold, issuance could surpass $50 billion next year, says Renaissance Capital.
It’s a Big Year for Emerging Growth Companies
Here's some practical advice for companies that did an IPO under the JOBS Act and now must transition to full-public-company status.
This Week is the Biggest of 2017 for IPOs
Blue Apron listing is seen as a test for consumer offerings.
IPO Market Better, But Not Great, In Q1
Twenty-five companies raised $9.9 billion in the first quarter of 2017, a stronger start than last year.
IPO Market Drops to 7-Year Low
A disconnect between private and public valuations caused many tech companies to push back their offerings or withdraw them altogether.
Restarting the IPO Market
To get the initial public offerings market going again, issuers may have to make their deals more enticing to investors.
Global IPO Proceeds Drop 35% to $156B
U.S. market outpaced by Asia Pacific and Europe in funds raised in initial public offerings in 2015, says Renaissance Capital.
First Data’s $3.2B IPO Expected to Be 2015’s Largest
If the market cooperates, payments processor First Data could hit a valuation of nearly $18 billion.