Companies rush to list as US regains its taste for Europe
International investors, especially from the US, have flooded back into the European equity capital markets this year. After years when completing an IPO was out of the question, a slew of private firms have grabbed the opportunity to float. After the long drought, investors are struggling to cope with the flow of deals. But while the overweight of demand is lessening, leading to a more balanced market, in which some weaker deals have become casualties, Nina Flitman finds that participants are confident of the long term health of the IPO market.
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