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Southeast Asia bourses remain resilient amid economic headwinds in 2019: Deloitte

Uma Devi
Uma Devi11/26/2019 03:05 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Southeast Asia bourses remain resilient amid economic headwinds in 2019: Deloitte
“For Singapore, we are expecting a strong pipeline of listings from the REITs and service-based companies in 2020,” adds Tay. “We foresee that companies will be more discerning in weighing the pros and cons of an IPO vis-à-vis a private capital rai
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SINGAPORE (Nov 26): Capital markets across Southeast Asia remained buoyant in 2019, despite ongoing global geopolitical tensions and macroeconomic events such as the US-China trade conflict and potential outcomes of Brexit.

According to data from Deloitte Singapore, Southeast Asia bourses so far this year to mid-November have raised some US$6.8 billion ($9.3 billion) through 138 initial public offerings (IPOs). The region also generated some US$21.6 billion in market capitalisation.

This, however, paled in comparison to the full-year count of 152 IPOs for the whole of 2018, which raised US$9.5 billion and US$46.1 billion in market capitalisation.

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