The Wall Street Journal: IPO Market Posts Blistering First Half

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U.S., global IPO fundraising is on pace for one of the best years on record

From WSJ.com: An IPO market that was left for dead just two years ago has come roaring back in 2018, with companies raising public capital at a pace rarely seen in the past two decades.

So far this year, 120 companies have used initial public offerings to raise $35.2 billion on U.S. exchanges. That is the highest volume since 2012 and the fourth-busiest year-to-date on record, according to Dealogic, whose data go back to 1995.

See full, original WSJ.com article here.