Fuelling the LSE's revival: Could a Huel IPO turn around the London Stock Exchange's fortunes in 2022?

Other possible IPOs include EG Group, Monzo and Starling Bank

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2021 was meant to be the London Stock Exchange’s breakout year.

As regulators worked to ease listing requirements in March, blockbuster IPOs from giant start-ups such as Deliveroo and Darktrace were already on the way. But as the year draws to a close, the LSE is still searching for its big break. Could promising nutrition-based startup Huel become the win that London has been searching for?  The twin impact of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic made it imperative for the London Stock Exchange to demonstrate its value to the financial world as an attractive place for companies to go public. Although Deliveroo's April listing on the LSE offered pl...

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