Buybacks are very much in vogue in the US at present, and we expect them to remain in popularity going forward over the next few months. With corporate America enduring a period of economic stagnation, boardrooms have been scratching around for a way to please investors and boost sentiment more broadly. And share buybacks have been championed as a panacea to address this issue.
With a US rates hike still on the cards before the year-end, tech firms from across the globe have been rushing to debt capital markets (DCM) in record-breaking numbers to secure funding while it remains cheap. As well as tech boardrooms being keen to sell such bond deals, a factor which has precipitated this market rout has been that DCM investors are proving to be equally as interested in...
After a difficult first few months in H215 for the global IPO arena, October finally provided some hope for the beleaguered new listings market thanks largely to the rising popularity of privatisation deals. According to data provider Dealogic, the 10 month of recorded the second highest one-month level of floats (by deal value) this year. Furthermore, it was also the busiest month for new...
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