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Investors are not closed for business provided you bring them the right companies, there are still good memories from last year's IPOs which generally outperformed the market and they have cash to deploy. But we need to remember that when investors tell you in early-look meetings that they are interested, they are not giving you an order. Yet.
– Alain Dib
Found on Reuters1 year ago
IPOs are normally a four-week process and a month is a long time in the market; sentiment can change, currently, investment sentiment is volatile, it's not a clear direction of travel.
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