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Low borrowing costs drive global surge in IPOs | Money Talks

The world may be in the grip of a pandemic- induced economic crisis, but that hasn't stopped 14 companies from launching their shares on US stock markets this week. That's the highest weekly tally for initial public offerings since 2014. And many more firms could be taking the same route, thanks to historic low interest rates and record investments in equity markets. Laila Humairah reports. For more on this, Art Hogan joined us from Boston. He's chief market strategist at National Securities. #IPOs #LowBorrowingCosts #USstockmarkets

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FAANG stocks lose steam on Wall Street in 2018 | Money Talks

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Six largest tech firms in the US lose $1T over three days | Money Talks

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Hong Kong stocks end year 25% down from their peak | Money Talks

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Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

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Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

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UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

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OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

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Refuse recyclers in Kenya lose livelihoods during lockdowns | Money Talks

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US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terror list | Money Talks

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US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

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From humble beginnings, Czech guitar maker goes global | Money Talks

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