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With an average return of 33.2% in 2017, the number of biopharma IPOs that launched last year rose to 42 after falling to 30 in 2016 compared with 62 in 2015. Following a rough fourth quarter for biopharma stocks, will the IPO momentum continue in 2018?
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There have been 29 IPOs in the US through the third quarter of 2017 with an average return of 35.2%, including three offerings on the same day – Deciphera, Nightstar and NuCana – near the end of September.
Nineteen biopharma firms went public in the US during the first half of 2017, but as the number of IPOs increased, the average return on first-time offerings decreased, raising a key question: can this pace of first-time offerings continue in the second half?
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