Capital Markets
2019 Outlook

19 education companies go IPO in 2018. Chinese regulations force companies to list on U.S. and Hong Kong exchanges. Pearson reports increase in profits in 2018.

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Chinese companies are driving growth in education IPOs, mainly on U.S. exchanges and Hong Kong Exchanges. Navitas Australia board approves offer to go private after initially rejecting it. A slowdown in capital markets could lead to more K-12 and post-secondary space organizations going private.

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