Increases in initial public offerings would normally benefit banks, but a recent surge in IPO activity is instead threatening to further shrink lenders' balance sheets.
IPOs during boom markets often create lending opportunities, as freshly funded companies look for loans to put the capital to use. Coming off a recession and a sluggish recovery, however, businesses now are using newly raised capital to deleverage.
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