Reopen Trade in Stocks Is Alive and Well, JMP CEO Says

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Nov.23 — How the flood of IPOs after Thanksgiving are received will give a sense of how 2021 will shape up in the markets, JMP Securities Chief Executive Officer Mark Lehmann says. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

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