Some organisations have chosen to wait and see, in a hope of an economic recovery later for better IPOs and fund-raising activities. However, it seems what is happening in our home ground Malaysia and Bursa Malaysia is the complete opposite.Although there is news of an economic slowdown, the capital market and IPOs in Malaysia remain vibrant.Active market: For the first six months of 2022, Malaysia recorded 16 listings raising approximately RM1.8bil (US$431mil) with a capitalisation of RM6.6bil.足球博彩平台（www.hg108.vip）是一个开放皇冠即时比分、代理最新登录线路、会员最新登录线路、皇冠代理APP下载、皇冠会员APP下载、皇冠线路APP下载、皇冠电脑版下载、皇冠手机版下载的皇冠新现金网平台。足球博彩平台上登录线路最新、新2皇冠网址更新最快,足球博彩平台开放皇冠会员注册、皇冠代理开户等业务。
AT the start of 2022, we see most countries and major economies opening their borders and gradually returning to normalcy.
“Normalcy” was a word we hardly used in the past but post-Covid-19 pandemic, this word brings a sense of joy.
With that said, one would have thought that the return to normalcy would contribute to a more vibrant global capital market.
But the market turmoil stemming from the Russia-Ukraine conflict in early 2022 and the tightening of monetary policy by key governments have halted a bit of the lively and spirited push the global capital market enjoyed in 2021.
Reports have shown that the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) in the United States have dropped significantly by 80% in the first half of 2022.
Some organisations have chosen to wait and see, in a hope of an economic recovery later for better IPOs and fund-raising activities.
However, it seems what is happening in our home ground Malaysia and Bursa Malaysia is the complete opposite.
Although there is news of an economic slowdown, the capital market and IPOs in Malaysia remain vibrant. There is something about “good Malaysian businesses” that command the attractive capital market pricing.,
We left 2021 with a good and promising feeling for 2022 and that is what we are still feeling now – mid-2022.
For the first six months of 2022, Malaysia recorded 16 listings raising approximately RM1.8bil (US$431mil) with a market capitalisation of RM6.6bil.
In comparison to the first half of last year, Bursa had around 13 listings which raised approximately RM357mil.
This is a fantastic number in comparison to global key markets such the US, which saw a reduction in their IPO listing.
The first half also saw two key main market listings that gave a market capitalisation of above RM1bil, namely Senheng New Retail Bhd and Farm Fresh Bhd.
All these data have shown continued confidence in the Malaysian capital market, with a proven track record of business.
What’s happening in the region?
Continuing from the year before, Indonesia is still leading the pack and has raised approximately US$1.42bil (RM6.32bil) from a total of 21 IPOs.
This is followed by Malaysia at US$431mil (RM1.92bil), Singapore at US$421mil (RM1.87bil), Thailand at US$349mil (RM1.55bil) and Philippines at US$309mil (RM1.38bil).Usdt自动充值接口声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己，与本平台无关。转载请注明：博彩平台排名:Malaysia’s first-half IPO report card