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Sport market for stock exchanges recovered - confidence for 2022

14:10  09 december  2021
14:10  09 december  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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also because some companies had moved their plans in 2021, there are a lot of promising candidates in Germany, it says in a study published on Thursday of the Hamburger Consulting Company Kirchhoff Consult.

"We expect at least 15 stock exchanges in 2022," said board Jens Hecht. Should the global economy grow and remain stable the stock market environment, the Corona Pandemic should not stand in the way.

plans already published

The contemporary banks include the emerging banks N26 and Solarisbank, the PartnervermittalPortal ParshipMeet (ProSiebenSat.1) and the electrolysis company Uhde Chlorine Engineers, where the steel company ThyssenKrupp holds the majority. The companies had already made stock market plans publicly. The prosthesis manufacturer Ottobock and the Greifswalder drug company Cheplapharm could also strive for media reports 2022 to the stock market.

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This year, the market for stock exchanges has recovered significantly from the weak previous year 2020, in which hardly any companies dared to the stock market due to the pandemic and Corona stock crash. The number of stock exchanges in the Prime Standard, the segment with the most demanding transparency obligations of Deutsche Börse, rose from five to twelve according to the study. Moreover, it was last in 2018. At the same time, the value of the issued shares grew to around 8.6 billion euros, almost ten times more than 2020 (0.9 billion).

The leader

The largest IPO put this year of broadcast operator Vantage Towers (2.2 billion emission volumes), followed by the online car platform Auto1 (1.8 billion) and the Suse software company (1.1bn). On this Friday, the car maker Daimler wants to bring his commercial vehicle business (Daimler Truck) to the stock market.

The study focuses on the prime standard and looks at new issues and private placements. Deadline was the 30th of November.

The year for stock exchanges is extremely good by July, said CEO Klaus Rainer Kirchhoff. After that, some companies would have moved their plans or quite canceled, as the concern was rose from course discounts on the stock market and the papers of some stock market news had developed poorly.

IPOs play only a small role in Germany for years. Many companies shy away from the capital market and rather finance themselves by loans from their house banks or give bonds out.

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