As the 2018 golf U.S Open kicked off with a bang this week, the capital markets made a splash of its own as 32 deal (6 IPOs, 15 FOs, 5 BLKs, and 6 CVTs) priced last week for an aggregate of $7.7 billion in proceeds.
As the 2018 NBA Playoffs officially kicked off last week, the new issuance market regained some of its confidence as 17 deals priced (4 IPOs, 9 FOs, and 4 CVTs) for combined proceeds of $3.1B.
With spring providing the season’s first dose of beautiful weather in the Northeast, the new issuance market sprang into action, pricing 10 deals (2 IPOs and 8 FOs) for combined proceeds of $6.0B.
As everyone gears up for the 2018 Final Four this weekend, the new issuance market continued to impress, pricing 18 deals (6 IPOs, 8 FOs, 2 BLKs, and 2 CVTs) for combined proceeds of $7.1B.
As March Madness continued with Loyola-Chicago’s improbably run into the Elite Eight, the new issuance market welcomed 20 deals (2 IPOs, 11 FOs, 1 BLK, and 6 CVT) to the market for $4.3B in combined proceeds.
As everyone geared up for the 90th Annual Academy Awards this weekend, the new issuance market managed to remain quiet, pricing 16 deals (1 IPO, 8 FOs, 4 BLKs, and 3 CVTs) for combined proceeds of $6.3B.
Following the successful debut of the new NBA All-Star game format last weekend, the new issuance market did not impress, offering just 11 deals (6 FOs, 3 BLKs and 2 CVTs) priced generating $2.1B in total proceeds.