Will float fatigue hit a market buoyed by hubris?

A flurry of big-ticket IPOs will hit the market in upcoming months, but investors — still scarred by the disasters of Myer and Collins Foods — have good reason to be cautious.

Christmas has come early this year to the nation’s deal-starved investment bankers as an avalanche of big-ticket initial public offerings prepares to hit the market in the next six weeks.

But institutional investors are showing less of an appetite for the billions of dollars of equity on offer in forthcoming floats.

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