The Oreninc Index crashed for the week ending January 9, 2014. The reason for the fall was the lack of announced deals, which fell all the way to six, a multi-year low. Total dollars announced and average deal size both increased to $31.6m and $5.2m, respectively. With average deal size remaining strong, total dollars announced actually increasing, and a $150m dollar announcement that does not count towards the Index taking place, it is not all doom and gloom despite this week’s poor statistical performance. Even if we are still mildly cautious after a lackluster three weeks, expect a jump next week as we head into conference season.
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Oreninc also publishes the Oreninc Deal Log, a daily list of all financing activity in the TSX resource sectors. Visit http://oreninc.com to see which companies and sectors to watch. Oreninc also writes custom reports for companies on effective capital raising strategies to help companies maintain long-term shareholder value.
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