LONDON, April 17 (Reuters) - Money raised through stock market listings in western Europe has hit a 15-year high so far this year, despite a slight fall in the number of deals, Thomson Reuters data showed on Friday.
Initial public offerings (IPOs) in the region have raised $20.5 billion this year, 6 percent more than 2014, despite a decline in the number of deals to 55 from 64.
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