Business Breakingviews TV: The D-list
Sept 30 - New share issues are down almost one-fifth globally, but recent slip-ups in the market for new listings owe more to companies’ self-made problems. WeWork, Peloton and Endeavor all hit trouble last week. Jennifer Saba explains why their quirks have exacerbated a difficult market.
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