The afternoon deal on IPOs

January 14, 2010

Nothing says “recoverLEHMAN/y” like a stong IPO market and investors’ rising risk appetite seems to be taking hold as markets bounce back from the financial crisis. Two of the best IPO reads are Bloomberg’s “Skype founders pondering IPO don’t need “love” from Andreessen” and peHUB’s “If Facebook doesn’t go public, what then?” Also see this slideshow on 15 hot tech companies ready for an IPO from The Business Insider.

Other notable reads:

European IPO market poised for recovery (Reuters)

For Singapore bourse, IPOs remain the Achilles heel (Reuters)

China Took the 2009 IPO Crown

The VC-Backed IPO Pipeline (peHUB)

Private-Equity Exits Are Seen Dominating 2010 IPOs (WSJ)

Financial Engines Steers Toward IPO (WSJ)

Fiat chief raises hopes for Chrysler IPO in 2011 (FT)

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