Companies are no doubt scared about floating on the UK market until there is clarity over Brexit
Thursday 11 Apr 2019 Author: Ian Conway
The value of initial public offerings (IPOs) on the UK stock market fell to an eight-year low last quarter, according to consultants PwC, suggesting lean times for London’s broking community. The quantity of stock market flotations has also been low. Between January and March this year just five companies came to the market, raising £500m, compared with 16 companies and proceeds of £1.2bn in the first quarter of 2018...