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Who’s Going Public in the Summer IPO Rush?

The recently frozen IPO market is heating up, and companies are racing to go public before the end of summer

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The pandemic almost completely shut down the IPO market this spring, crushing the stock market and marking April and May as the slowest public offering run since 2009. It also dashed the ambitious plans of IPO…

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Jennifer Alsever

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