2018 the worst year for IPOs in Europe since 2013

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Alphavalue | Inflows from IPOs reached $35 bn, or what is the same, -37% compared to last year which makes this 2018 the worst year for IPOs since 2013, only surpassed by fateful 2016.

The week starts with the CPI for November in the Eurozone, the trade balance for October in Italy and also the euro zone. The Bundesbank will publish its monthly report, while in the USA we will get the NAHB index of the real estate market in December.

US index closed last Friday at their lowest levels since April, which show the uncertainty that the market continues to feel about the future of the US economy.

Equity outflows of European shares is remarkable, reaching in 2018 the chilling figure of 67 bn$.

The inflows from IPOs reached $35 bn, or what is the same, -37% compared to last year which makes this 2018 the worst year of IPOs since 2013, only surpassed by the fateful 2016 .