The IPO Buzz: Sweet Revolution

Revolution Medicines leads an IPO Calendar with six names on it during Valentine’s week – hot on the heels of February’s IPO market getting off to a great start. (We’ll have more on this week’s deals in a minute.) Bankers priced eight deals last week, raising $2.52 billion. On a 52-week basis, that would amount […]

February 9, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: February Turns Up the Heat

February 2020 gets off to a red-hot start with 10 IPOs on the calendar for the first week of the month. Bankers expect to raise $2.4 billion. Eight of the 10 deals are new faces at the IPO window and two are carryovers from last week. From early indications, February 2020 could produce “better-then-average” IPO […]

February 2, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: A Hefty IPO in a 6-Deal Week

Reynolds Consumer Products (REYN proposed) is the big name on the IPO Calendar for the final week of January 2020. Reynolds, known for its iconic products like Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil and Hefty trash bags, is expecting to raise about $1.25 billion in its IPO. That is about 42 percent of the dollar volume from […]

January 26, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Off to a Slow Start

Wall Street was quiet today, as it always is on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the federal holiday in honor of the slain U.S. civil rights leader’s birthday. The U.S. stock exchanges were closed today for MLK Day, which is observed on the third Monday in January. No IPOs are set this week. That was […]

January 20, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: 2020 IPO Show Starts On Time

The 2020 IPO market is opening right on time, if recent history is a guide. Five deals are on the IPO Calendar for the week of Jan. 13, 2020, and four are from China; more on this in a minute. Listed below are the pricing dates for the year’s first IPO, going back over the […]

January 12, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: 2019 in the Rear-View Mirror

This time last year, the outlook was bright for 2019’s IPO market. The word coming from Silicon Valley was that a number of unicorns were getting ready to prance down the street. (No IPOs are set for January 2020’s first week; more on that later.) A unicorn is a privately owned company with a valuation […]

January 5, 2020 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Happy New Year!

The IPO Buzz will not be published today. IPOScoop is taking a brief break as the December holidays wind down. We will resume publishing the column after New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, 2020. Only one IPO was scheduled to start trading this week: Molecular Data (MKD proposed), a Shanghai-based chemicals e-commerce platform, said Monday that […]

December 29, 2019 Read More

The IPO Buzz: 2019’s Unlikely Year-End Moonshot

The IPO market closed out 2019 last week with an unexpected opening-day moonshot. That was like a glass of complimentary Champagne just before the blank IPO Calendar for this holiday week, which includes Hanukkah and Christmas. The year-end moonshot came out of the blue last Thursday when Monopar Therapeutics (MNPR) scored an opening-day gain of […]

December 22, 2019 Read More

The IPO Buzz: 2019’s Quiet Finale

This week may be the finale for the 2019 IPO market. The IPO Calendar has two small-cap deals this week. After that, there is nothing scheduled for the week of Hanukkah and Christmas and the week that follows. But not to worry; the IPO market is merely following history. Let’s take a look at the […]

December 15, 2019 Read More

The IPO Buzz: Seven IPOs in a $2.8 Billion Week

If you listen closely, you’ll hear the IPO band striking up for what might be 2019’s final parade. Bankers have seven offerings on this week’s IPO Calendar. They expect to raise nearly $2.8 billion. That’s good traffic in recent markets. Leading the pack, the experts say, are Holdings (BILL proposed), a cloud-based unicorn that […]

December 8, 2019 Read More
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