The initial public offering market is getting active again, even as some fashion deals struggle to get completed.
Two American fashion firms are planning upcoming listings on the New York Stock Exchange: Off-price retailer Burlington Stores plans to raise $200 million, and apparel firm Vince made public its registration statement Tuesday. Tween and teen accessories retailer Claire’s Inc., which in May said it plans to raise $100 million in an IPO, is also waiting in the wings, as is Moncler, which has said it wants to go for a stock market listing late this year or in early 2014.
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