U.S. IPOs set to cool off in part due to China’s Didi crackdown: Pro

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “U.S. IPOs set to cool off in part due to China’s Didi crackdown: Pro” – below is their description.

CNBC’s Frank Holland discusses China’s crackdown and it’s impact on U.S. IPOs with Dave Nadig of ETF Trends and Kathleen Smith of Renaissance Capital.

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