Forecast: IPOs stage comeback

12/30/2008 | Financial Week

The market for initial public offerings, dormant for nearly a year, could pick up in the second half of 2009, analysts say. More than 100 U.S. companies chose to postpone IPOs in 2008, leaving an estimated $26 billion in potential proceeds on hold. The more established companies will probably go first, and the biggest deals are likely to be cross-border exchanges.

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