Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  December 28, 2012 13:19:54

Global IPO volume was the lowest since 2008

According to statistics, Bloomberg has made global IPO volume this year the lowest since the global financial crisis. This year the company offered and subscribed by investors in the IPO for 112 mld.USD, the lowest since 2008.
The volume of IPOs in the U.S. are up almost unchanged and amounted to 41 mld.USD. IPO volume in Asia fell by about half in Europe fell at an even level 2/3 of the value of 2011, namely 9.9 mld.USD.
Some promise of improvement was the 4Q, in which the rate of European IPOs raised fivefold year to 5.71 billion U.S. dollars, the volume of U.S. IPOs in Q4 rose by 15% to 8.8 mld.USD. Overall, the volume of IPOs in Q4 grew by almost 10% to 32.4 mld.USD. In comparison mezikvartálním growth reached 44%.

The volume of potential IPO pending realization is now the largest since 2007 and reached the level of 115 mld.USD. Almost 40% of this amount is accounted for potential sale Japan Post. Firms waiting for more favorable market conditions and the resolution of key issues in the form of U.S. fiscal cliff, revival of growth in China and solve the European debt krize.y

The most successful IPO advisor was this year bank Morgan Stanley, which replaced the head of JPMorgan competitive.

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