Offbeat Fewer companies make the jump to the stock exchange

11:15  30 june  2020
11:15  30 june  2020 Source:   de.reuters.com

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Frankfurt (Reuters) - The corona crisis also leaves its mark on IPOs.

Worldwide, the number of debuts on the stock market decreased in the second quarter by 39 percent to 186, the issue volume shrank by 32 percent to $ 41.1 billion, as a study published on Tuesday by the consulting and audit firm EY showed. The decline was particularly pronounced in Europe, where the volume of issues dropped 55 percent to $ 6.6 billion, while the number of transactions dropped 60 percent to 22.

The largest IPO in the world was the initial listing of Chinese online retailer JD.com, which brought in $ 3.9 billion, followed by Chinese online game provider Netease ($ 3.1 billion). In Europe, the "Jacobs" coffee holding company JDE Peet's went public with $ 2.9 billion.

In Germany, the database provider Exasol and the pharmaceutical company PharmaSGP made only two companies on the floor of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Only the latter is listed in the strictly regulated Prime Standard, which is a prerequisite for membership in an index of the Dax family. Exasol, on the other hand, is listed in the Scale growth segment.

technology investor Brockhaus heads for the .
stock exchange © Reuters / KAI PFAFFENBACH Picture shows a detail of the German share index DAX board during a trading session at Frankfurt's stock exchange in Frankfurt Munich (Reuters) - The stock exchange plans of Frankfurt technology Investors Brockhaus are taking shape. The company set the issue price for the 3.59 million shares offered at 32 euros each, as Brockhaus Capital Management announced on Tuesday.

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