IPOs Hit 28-Year Low

from the nothing-doing dept

While people keep trying to predict when the IPO market will bounceback (and some just think it’ll take a Google IPO – though, they’re probably deluding themselves), it looks like things have gone from slow to dead in the current market. There were no new IPOs in the past four weeks, and the number of IPOs in the first quarter (5) was the lowest in 28 years. Of course, the expected (and now ongoing) war probably had a lot to do with that, since it’s significantly increased the uncertainty risk.

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