Final IPO Numbers Strong for September

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Last week, Market Insights profiled a few stocks that recently went public. Today we’re following up with official numbers for last month, which showed a continued stream of deal-making.

Some $5.4 billion of initial public offerings (IPOs) were priced in September, according to ClickIPO. That is the highest total since May, and the busiest September in four years.

Total volume in the first three quarters came to $39.8 billion. That keeps us on pace for the busiest year since 2014, when $85.3 billion of deals priced.

The biggest offerings of the month included Chinese electric-car maker Nio (NIO) and Eli Lilly spin-off Elanco Animal Health (ELAN). The third-biggest name was apparel e-commerce firm Farfetch (FTCH).

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