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IPOs, a global rebound and Tariff Man

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The IPO market is hotAs I wrote last night, IPO conditions right now seem nearly ideal for growth companies to come to market. The appetite for loss-making companies shows us that public investors are willing to overlook losses as long as growth remains robust. For example, Zoom Video has more tha...

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The IPO market is hot
As I wrote last night, IPO conditions right now seem nearly ideal for growth companies to come to market. The appetite for loss-making companies shows us that public investors are willing to overlook losses as long as growth remains robust.

For example, Zoom Video has more tha...

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I am a former European credit markets and M&A guy who started out as a diplomat. — so I have some pretty diverse interests.

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