IPOs regain momentum despite disappointing debuts
No fewer than 10 companies tested investor appetites for IPOs last week, with the largest deal falling 9% on debut, but some entrants remain undeterred. Debt markets held up well, while buyout activity centred on China. Asiamoney.com rounds up regional activity.
New public listings regained some of their momentum last week as a handful of companies raised money from investors.
A total of 10 IPOs were launched in the Asia-Pacific ex-Japan region worth a combined US$3.7 billion. It equates to more than half of the US$5.2 billion raised regionally
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