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There is a good example of the essay.Summary- Some big companies such as Prada decided to delay or even canceled their IPO plans because of the current stock situation. One analysis said that the IPO volume will fall another 25 percent annually in 2009 after the 45 percent decline in 2008. In 2007, almost 250 IPOs took place, but in 2008 only less than 50 IPOs came in the global market. Even though Visa succeeded to get the money by a U.S company for $17.9 billion for its IPO, which was the largest ever float, the number of IPO is not likely to increase. One main reason to stop the number of IPO from going up come from the fear that investors will lose their money as they did in the past 18 months in the stock market. Under this circumstance, only predictable companies such as healthcare and utilities can make their IPO successful because they meet current customer demand- safety. However, there are some hopes in Asian market. Chinese government’s stimulus package will improve the Chinese economy, which leads to the number of increase for IPO.It is hard for from small to big companies to enter into the stock market due to the current economy. Due to the number of decrease for IPO, Invest backings such as Goldman sachs must be hard to keep its earning because they have few contracts to underwrite IPO. As the article mentioned, it should be hard for companies to expect when companies lunch IPO because there is a three-to four month lag between the decision to push ahead with an…...

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