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    Demand For Biotech IPOs Cooling

      The high demand for health-care IPOs may be starting to cool off after the number and volume of deals hit a new 12-year high earlier this year. After a strong start to the year, health-care IPOs hit some market resistance last month as several companies postponed plans to go public, an analysis showed last [...]


    U.S. Junk Bond Underwriting Fees Hit All-Time Low

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    Regulators’ Recipe for Asset-Backed Bond Market

    Global regulators are seeking to coax institutional investors, from insurers to pension funds, back into the market for asset-backed bonds to boost non-bank funding for businesses. To continue reading, click here.


    Municipal Market Week in Review / Look Ahead – Taylor Riggs


    Dodd-Frank Rulemaking During the Past 12 Months


    U.S. Note Sales Poised for First Rise in Three Year

    U.S. structured note issuance is poised to gain for the first time in at least three years, propelled by securities tied to stocks as the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index soars to record highs. Banks have sold $37.6 billion of the securities through November, compared with $37.1 billion over the same period last year, according [...]


    WTI Crude Oil Breaking Out From Recent Narrow Range

    A string of technical signals came together to time a breakout of WTI crude from its recent narrow range. Click here to continue reading sample article.


    OPEC Agrees to Maintain Crude-Production Cap

    OPEC, content with current oil price levels, agreed to keep the group’s crude output ceiling unchanged at least until June even as Libya, Iran and Iraq plan to increase exports in coming months. Click here to continue reading sample article.


    Illinois Bonds Rally After State Pension Fix

    Illinois municipal bonds are set to rally from near-junk yield levels after lawmakers passed measures to help fix the worst-funded U.S. state pensions. Click here to continue reading sample article.


    ECB Set to Stay on Hold as Inflation Seen Slower

    The ECB will keep its policy rate at 0.25 percent today, according to all 60 economists surveyed by Bloomberg, after last month’s 25 basis-point cut. The central bank may maintain a downward bias toward monetary policy as staff forecasts are likely to revise lower their 1.3 percent inflation estimate for 2014 and reveal forecasts for 2015. Click here [...]


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