Bank capital raises continued to decline in May, with U.S. banks and thrifts raising a combined $3.37 billion, less than half the $7.31 billion raised in May 2018.
Year to date through May 31, U.S. banks raised $35.41 billion, down 43.5% year over year, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence data.
Senior debt offerings fell 44.3% to $30.61 billion, while subordinated debt issuance decreased to $1.10 billion from $1.72 billion.
Common stock offerings have generated $336.6 million so far in 2019, compared to $1.52 billion in the year-ago period. Preferred equity raises fell to $3.36 billion, down from $4.54 billion.
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