U.S. IPO Market on Track for Slowest Month Since RecessionBy
Zero listings so far this month as volatility shakes stocks
One public offering planned for January already postponed
Zero: That’s how many initial public offerings have started trading on U.S. exchanges so far in 2016. At this rate, January is on track for the slowest month for IPOs since December 2008, when no companies filed after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers Inc.
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