Data researched by Trading Platforms indicate that the United States IPOs increased by 108.71% between 2019 and 2020 from 195 to 407. This is the highest number in two decades.
Highest U.S. IPO number recorded in 1999
Over the last 21 years, 1999 registered the highest number of IPOs in history at 486, which dropped to 429 in 2000. The number also dropped sharply by 79.48% to 88 in 2003 before rising to 260 in 2004.
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In 2007, the number of IPOs rose to 296 before declining by 80.74% to 57 in 2008. This was the lowest number of IPOs in the last two decades. The IPOs slightly rose to 69 in 2009 and then 168 in 2020.
Over the last decade, the IPOs fluctuated to stand at 123 (2011), 132 (2012), 220 (2013), 268 (2014), 162 (2015), 100 (2016), 176 (2017), and 214 (2018).
The report issued a future outlook for the U.S. IPO market after a successful 2020 despite the pandemic. According to the research report:
“The growth should continue as the country returns to normal operations from the pandemic, thanks to the vaccine roll out and increasing investor confidence. Furthermore, with investing becoming more attractive to young people, participation in IPO is expected to grow in-line with the trend.”