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Carlsquare weekly market letter: Can the upturn in the market, give some energy back to the IPO market?

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Carlsquare Weekly Letter 26 Oct 2022 CS

Carlsquare Weekly Letter

  • The IPO market has imploded during 2022. But it is not as bad as people believe. 2021 was an outlier. We are more back to the levels of 2019 and 2020
  • With help from the Bank of Japan, Bank of England, and Peoples’s Bank of China, the liquidity may be a little bit better, giving a welcome relief to the stock market
  • Around 72 per cent of the quarterly reports in the S&P500 index have been better than expected, relieving the market. But good Q3 reports from the banks must be followed by equally good Q3 reports from the IT companies. Last night IT reports did, however, disappoint the market, including Google and IBM. Today’s trading will be telling
  • The overall trend for the stock market is still negative – so if you follow the market upwards, please be on the alert to hit the escape button
  • The graph below gives an overview of the number of IPOs in all stock markets in Stockholm, Sweden (regulated and non-regulated MTFs).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       



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Carlsquare weekly market letter: Can the upturn in the market, give some energy back to the IPO market?