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U.S. Morning Call: IPOs set to raise most cash since crisis

Monday, May 13, 2013 - 03:06

May 13 - The Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. companies are set to raise the most cash through public offerings since before the financial crisis.

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Think in your Monday morning called the look at the IPO market 2013. Shaping up to be a great year unlike last which was marred by the FaceBook flopped. The Wall Street Journal report that US companies are set to raise the most -- through public offering since the that financial crisis. After going public companies also perform well. The largest 25 IPOs this year have risen an average 22%. From their initial prices. Analysts say is markets reached new records and are less volatile and that's exactly which is on shares of new public companies. Some also suggests the beginning of a cycle as more deals -- buyers more companies to go public. Disney turning into quite -- modern family with ABC becoming the broadcast history it shows why it on line. It's called watch ABC will be available for download next week for users in new York and -- And will be expanded to other markets by the end of the summer. This comes as networks heading into their big -- selling season this week. Analysts expect the big four networks to report their lowest add rate hikes in three years been up front selling season. Up front of course it went network's previous shows for the ball trying to its advertisers to buy billions of dollars worth of commercial time in advance. Cells on average increased by seven and a half percent last year. But these advertisers have many more races to go with competition increasing from Netflix news. Zeroing -- a couple of stocks to watch first take -- to enter active. Top tops -- start my analysts expect quarterly results to beat the street driven by the release of its bio shock infinite video game. Analysts also up on 2014 out -- take to prepare for the September at least Grand Theft Auto five. Shares like that game's protagonist are absolutely killing it in 2813. Up 46%. So far this year. Western union -- reporting net stop -- rise to the twenty dollar range in the next years. Shares are up 15% so far between thirteen. What analysts saying that no other businesses better positioned to benefit from the potential and and levels around the world. But the company is facing a lot of competition as -- -- -- for transferring money become more common. US stock futures put into -- open to bail out Wall Street and at last week and a -- -- it tells data due out this morning. Our experts that I are predicting impressive rebound. And just point 1%. That's Monday morning call remembered follow us on Twitter -- Reuters Insider Margaret maybe later dot com slash. I -- It.

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U.S. Morning Call: IPOs set to raise most cash since crisis

Monday, May 13, 2013 - 03:06