New Source Energy Partners (NSLP) becomes the fourth high-yielding master limited partnership to struggle at the outset of trading, as its units slip ~2.5% in their first day on the market despite their 10.5% annualized yield. NSLP joins three previous MLPs launched in 2013 - SXCP, USAC and CVRR - to see lackluster trading off their IPOs (though CVRR has since performed well).
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