League Table Round Up July 9

Quiet week in the markets leaves positions unchanged.

Equity Capital Markets




There was no change in the top 10 this week, despite four houses pricing deals. Volume was low at just under $700 million from 12 offerings.



Second placed Morgan Stanley completed the largest deal of the week with a $183 million block trade for SK Telecom. This increased the US bank's credit to $5.2 billion from 20 transactions.



Goldman Sachs maintained its comfortable lead at the top after pricing a $140 million IPO for Pacific Basin Shipping on Thursday. This pushed its credit through the $6.5 billion barrier, giving it a cushion of over $1.3 billion on its nearest rival.



Yanzhou Coal raised $162 million from a follow on run deal by...

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