For that matter, this week’s planned IPO traffic is well above 2014’s average week.
Through Nov. 14, 246 IPOs have been priced that raised $80.2 billion, according to the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission filings. (These figures exclude unit offerings, closed-end funds and foreign companies offering American Depositary Shares representing shares already trading on their own national stock exchanges.) This makes an “average” 2014 IPO week equal to 5.3 deals that raised $1.74 billion. This week lists nine IPOs looking to raise $4.1 billion, including one that was slated to get out the door last week, but the unexpected happened.
Beyond the Speed Bump
eHi Car Services Ltd (EHIC – proposed), China’s No ...