November is likely to be a slow month for IPOs, amid uncertainty surrounding the U.S. presidential election, according to Nelson Griggs, executive vice president of global listings at Nasdaq. "I think it's more a time-out for the market," he says. "No one wants to be on a road show during an election time." Griggs also discusses some notable IPOs of late, such as Acacia Communications (ACIA) and PAVmed (PAVMU) , which saw shares skyrocket since their recent debuts on the Nasdaq. TheStreet's Scott Gamm reports from the Nasdaq.
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