• 30
    2021-08
    China’s M&A Market Report Q1’21Zero2IPO
    In Q1’21, with a variety of vaccines available on the market, the global economy has rebounded on an accelerated track after registering positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2020, but performance of different countries varies greatly. 2021 marks the start of China's 14th Five-Year Plan period and China's economy is enjoying a sustained and stable recovery. In Q1’20, China's GDP experienced negative growth, down by 6.8% YoY. In Q1’21, China's GDP increased significantly YoY and the trade surplus expanded. The 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield increased by an average of 47bp compared with the previous quarter. The U.S. dollar depreciated first and then rose; the British pound was relatively stable, the Australian dollar depreciated slightly, and the euro and the yen depreciated by a large margin. The currency exchange rates of most emerging economies rose first and then fell, with little fluctuation over Q4’20. Capital flew back to the United States, and emerging economies were facing the challenge of capital outflow. U.S. stocks began to diverge with the Dow Jones Industrial Index continuing to rise and the Nasdaq Index beginning to go downward. In the latest issue of the World Economic Outlook Report, IMF’s projections for the global economic growth for 2021 and 2022 grew, which may cause widening gap in living standards among countries. China's GDP has returned to the pre-Covid level and the United States is expected to return to the level before the outbreak this year, but many emerging markets will not return to the pre-pandemic level until 2023. Overall, the global economy is projected to grow 6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. While the global economy became stabilized, the recovery process is divided and uncertain.
  • 17
    2021-08
    China Private Equity Market Report Q1’21
    In Q1’21, with a variety of vaccines available on the market, the global economy has rebounded on an accelerated track after registering positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2020, but performance of different countries varies greatly. 2021 marks the start of China's 14th Five-Year Plan period and China's economy is enjoying a sustained and stable recovery. In Q1’20, China's GDP experienced negative growth, down by 6.8% YoY. In Q1’21, China's GDP increased significantly YoY and the trade surplus expanded. The 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield increased by an average of 47bp compared with the previous quarter. The U.S. dollar depreciated first and then rose; the British pound was relatively stable, the Australian dollar depreciated slightly, and the euro and the yen depreciated by a large margin. The currency exchange rates of most emerging economies rose first and then fell, with little fluctuation over Q4’20. Capital flew back to the United States, and emerging economies were facing the challenge of capital outflow. U.S. stocks began to diverge with the Dow Jones Industrial Index continuing to rise and the Nasdaq Index beginning to go downward. In the latest issue of the World Economic Outlook Report, IMF’s projections for the global economic growth for 2021 and 2022 grew, which may cause widening gap in living standards among countries. China's GDP has returned to the pre-Covid level and the United States is expected to return to the level before the outbreak this year, but many emerging markets will not return to the pre-pandemic level until 2023. Overall, the global economy is projected to grow 6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. While the global economy became stabilized, the recovery process is divided and uncertain.
  • 04
    2021-08
    China’s IPO Market Report Q1’21
    In Q1’21, with a variety of vaccines available on the market, the global economy has rebounded on an accelerated track after registering positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2020, but performance of different countries varies greatly. 2021 marks the start of China's 14th Five-Year Plan period and China's economy is enjoying a sustained and stable recovery. In Q1’20, China's GDP experienced negative growth, down by 6.8% YoY. In Q1’21, China's GDP increased significantly YoY and the trade surplus expanded. The 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield increased by an average of 47bp compared with the previous quarter. The U.S. dollar depreciated first and then rose; the British pound was relatively stable, the Australian dollar depreciated slightly, and the euro and the yen depreciated by a large margin. The currency exchange rates of most emerging economies rose first and then fell, with little fluctuation over Q4’20. Capital flew back to the United States, and emerging economies were facing the challenge of capital outflow. U.S. stocks began to diverge with the Dow Jones Industrial Index continuing to rise and the Nasdaq Index beginning to go downward. In the latest issue of the World Economic Outlook Report, IMF’s projections for the global economic growth for 2021 and 2022 grew, which may cause widening gap in living standards among countries. China's GDP has returned to the pre-Covid level and the United States is expected to return to the level before the outbreak this year, but many emerging markets will not return to the pre-pandemic level until 2023. Overall, the global economy is projected to grow 6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. While the global economy became stabilized, the recovery process is divided and uncertain.
  • 21
    2021-07
    China Early-stage Investment Market Report Q1’21
    In Q1’21, with a variety of vaccines available on the market, the global economy has rebounded on an accelerated track after registering positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2020, but performance of different countries varies greatly. 2021 marks the start of China's 14th Five-Year Plan period and China's economy is enjoying a sustained and stable recovery. In Q1’20, China's GDP experienced negative growth, down by 6.8% YoY. In Q1’21, China's GDP increased significantly YoY and the trade surplus expanded. The 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield increased by an average of 47bp compared with the previous quarter. The U.S. dollar depreciated first and then rose; the British pound was relatively stable, the Australian dollar depreciated slightly, and the euro and the yen depreciated by a large margin. The currency exchange rates of most emerging economies rose first and then fell, with little fluctuation over Q4’20. Capital flew back to the United States, and emerging economies were facing the challenge of capital outflow. U.S. stocks began to diverge with the Dow Jones Industrial Index continuing to rise and the Nasdaq Index beginning to go downward. In the latest issue of the World Economic Outlook Report, IMF’s projections for the global economic growth for 2021 and 2022 grew, which may cause widening gap in living standards among countries. China's GDP has returned to the pre-Covid level and the United States is expected to return to the level before the outbreak this year, but many emerging markets will not return to the pre-pandemic level until 2023. Overall, the global economy is projected to grow 6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. While the global economy became stabilized, the recovery process is divided and uncertain.
  • 19
    2021-07
    China Venture Capital Market Report Q1’21
    In Q1’21, with a variety of vaccines available on the market, the global economy has rebounded on an accelerated track after registering positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2020, but performance of different countries varies greatly. 2021 marks the start of China's 14th Five-Year Plan period and China's economy is enjoying a sustained and stable recovery. In Q1’20, China's GDP experienced negative growth, down by 6.8% YoY. In Q1’21, China's GDP increased significantly YoY and the trade surplus expanded. The 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield increased by an average of 47bp compared with the previous quarter. The U.S. dollar depreciated first and then rose; the British pound was relatively stable, the Australian dollar depreciated slightly, and the euro and the yen depreciated by a large margin. The currency exchange rates of most emerging economies rose first and then fell, with little fluctuation over Q4’20. Capital flew back to the United States, and emerging economies were facing the challenge of capital outflow. U.S. stocks began to diverge with the Dow Jones Industrial Index continuing to rise and the Nasdaq Index beginning to go downward. In the latest issue of the World Economic Outlook Report, IMF’s projections for the global economic growth for 2021 and 2022 grew, which may cause widening gap in living standards among countries. China's GDP has returned to the pre-Covid level and the United States is expected to return to the level before the outbreak this year, but many emerging markets will not return to the pre-pandemic level until 2023. Overall, the global economy is projected to grow 6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. While the global economy became stabilized, the recovery process is divided and uncertain.
  • 03
    2021-06
    2021年第一季度中国早期投资市场研究报告
    根据清科私募通统计,募资方面,2021年第一季度中国早期投资市场共新募集22支可投向中国大陆的基金,同比上升214.3%;募集金额为32.36亿元人民币,同比上升160.8%;平均募集金额为1.47亿元人民币,同比下降17.0%。投资方面,2021年第一季度国内共发生303起早期投资案例,同比上升23.2%;其中披露投资金额的案例共计273起,涉及总投资金额36.04亿元人民币,同比上升40.2%;本期平均单笔投资金额为1320.18万元人民币,同比上升13.5%。退出方面,2021年第一季度中国早期投资市场共发生28笔退出案例,同比下降17.6%。其中,IPO退出7笔,股权转让退出11笔,回购退出8笔,并购退出2笔。整体来看,在疫情后经济稳步复苏的大背景下,2021年第一季度中国早期投资市场募资、投资环境均呈现出好转态势,同比增长显著;同时,早期投资机构退出案例数略有回落。
  • 03
    2021-06
    2021年第一季度中国私募股权投资市场研究报告
    根据清科旗下私募通数据显示,2021年第一季度PE机构共新募集649支可投资于中国大陆的基金,同比上升61.0%,环比下降15.6%,共募得1,530.29亿元,同比下降14.3%,环比下降47.4%,平均募资规模为2.36亿元,同比下降46.8%,环比下降37.6%;投资方面,2021年第一季度PE投资市场逐步回升,投资案例数量达到近三年的较高水平;整体发展较去年相比已大幅回暖,已基本恢复到疫情之前状态。本季度共发生1005起投资案例,同比上升47.14%,环比上升5.46%,其中披露金额的共有813起投资事件,涉及披露金额为1,925.01亿元人民币,同比上升86.52%,环比下降11.57%;平均投资额为2.37亿元人民币,同比上升32.37%,环比下降13.96%。退出方面,本季度PE市场共完成383笔退出,同比上升16.41%;IPO退出仍是市场主流,共完成313笔IPO退出,占比81.7%,同比上升67.38%;其中120笔IPO退出事件涉及的企业在科创板挂牌。
  • 03
    2021-06
    2021年第一季度中国企业上市及科创板研究报告
    得益于科创板及创业板注册制的落地和稳定,以及中国经济大环境利好,2021年一季度中企上市未受到境外新冠肺炎疫情反复的影响,依然保持强劲的势头。2021年第一季度,中企境内外上市总数量为145家,同比上升79.0%,环比下降3.3%;总融资额2045.66亿人民币,同比上升124.6%,环比下降24.6 %。
  • 03
    2021-06
    2021年第一季度中国创业投资市场研究报告
    根据清科研究中心旗下私募通数据显示,2021年第一季度中国创业投资市场共新募集202支可投资于中国大陆的基金,同比上升77.2%,环比下降17.2%;新增资本量共发生675.69亿元人民币,同比增长119.0%,环比上升19.8%,平均募资规模为3.35亿元人民币。投资方面,一季度中国VC市场共发生802起投资事件,同比上升22.6%,环比下降2.6%,其中有732起披露金额案例,涉及投资额共612.98亿元人民币,同比上升102.9%,环比下降2.3%;从平均投资金额来看,本季度单起投资金额为0.84亿元人民币。退出方面,2021年第一季度共发生339笔VC退出交易,同比上升22.4%,环比上升17.3%。
  • 02
    2021-06
    2021年第一季度中国并购市场研究报告
    2021年一季度国内生产总值(GDP)同比增长18.3%,两年平均增长5.0%,居民消费价格指数(CPI)同比持平,进出口贸易增长势头稳健。随着国内疫情的逐渐恢复,我国经济呈现稳定恢复态势,稳中加固、稳中向好,供给量增质升,需求持续回暖,市场活力不断释放。但是,本季度并购市场整体受春节假期影响导致走势较低。
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