Bloomberg - For investment bankers, 2011 started with a shout and ended with a whimper -- causing fees to shoot up in the first half, then fizzle at year’s end.
Early on, Dallas-based AT&T Inc. (T) and Frankfurt-based Deutsche Boerse AG (DB1) announced bold plans to acquire competitors across the Atlantic. Initial public offerings surged in the first half to levels not seen since before the near collapse of the U.S. financial system in 2008. Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) went public with a $3.3 billion IPO in February that raised $1 billion more than projected, Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its April issue.
Når du besøger Euroinvestor.dk accepterer du, at der anvendes cookies, som vi og vores samarbejdspartnere benytter til funktionalitet, statistik og markedsføring.
Læs mere om cookies på Euroinvestor.dk her