League Table Roundup November 4

Equity Capital Markets hits a lull, while Hopson Development boosts the Debt Capital Markets

Equity Capital Markets

After a couple of bumper weeks in the equity capital markets, issuance hit a lull this week with volume reaching only $138 million from nine issues. The league table rankings remain static with Goldman Sachs sitting in first place with almost $7 billion from 30 deals, followed by Citigroup and Morgan Stanley.

Debt Capital Markets

The debt capital markets saw volume fall back to $300 million from one trade, after the highs reached last week. The top three rankings are unchanged with Citigroup in the lead position with $4.9 billion from 21 deals and Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan in second and third place.

Credit Suisse First Boston printed a $300 million trade for Hong Kong's Hopson Development Holdings. The bank climbed up a place in the league tables to fifth position with $2.9 billion from 14 deals. A $300 million deal for Sateri International is scheduled to price shortly. Credit Suisse First Boston and Merrill Lynch are the bookrunners.

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