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Why the NYSE Sees ‘Double-Digit’ Asian IPOs Through 2017

Aug 14, 2016

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) sees Asian technology companies driving a revival in new listings and expects double-digit IPOs through the end of 2017 from the region, the exchange's global head of capital markets said in an interview.

New listings should start picking up pace in the next months after a slow first half of the year, said Garvis Toler, who is finishing up a trip to Asia with stops in Japan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and mainland China.

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"If that number was in the double digits in the next year and half it wouldn't be surprising at all," Toler told Reuters.

"I would absolutely say technology is where the greatest interest is coming from," he added.

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