Number crunchers in the City reckon the market for stock market flotations is on course for its strongest quarter since the 2007 credit crisis. This is no surprise given that talk of a queue of companies keen to pursue initial public offerings – IPOs – has been swirling for months.
They are hoping to tap into the cash sitting in the pockets of big City investors courtesy of
So far, the companies coming to market are recognisable names. The latest,
Clearly, the name of a company should be no guide to buying shares. But how long before investors are cast back to the days of another boom – the dotcom bubble – and are scratching their heads trying to work out what the companies coming to market actually do?
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