IPOs and Secondaries

Six blank-check companies (SPACs) are scheduled to complete IPOs this week. If all go as planned, that will bring the total number of SPAC IPOs for the year to date to 17.
Early investors in electric vehicle maker Canoo are setting up to cash in some 186 million shares and warrants. The company came public late last month in a reverse merger with a blank-check company.
Chinese EV maker Nio plans to raise $1.5 billion in the company's second offering of senior unsecured notes. This time, buyers can expect little if any interest payments, but a big payoff in a few...
Petco intends to sell 48 million shares in an initial public offering valued up to more than $930 million.
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Movie theater operator AMC has filed a registration statement to issue 50 million new shares. The company is trying to hold on through a pandemic that has crushed the movie business.
The spate of SPAC reverse mergers does not appear to be slowing going into the new year. Here's a look at five that already have been announced.
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908 Devices intends to price more than 6 million shares to result in an initial public offering valued up to about $122 million.
Nio shares dipped on Friday after the electric vehicle manufacturer would be conducting a secondary offering.
Airbnb entered the market with a bang in its IPO on Thursday. The stock came in at $146 above its pricing at $68 per share. This was also well above the expected price range of $56 to $60. With a...
DoorDash entered the market with a bang on Wednesday in its initial public offering.
Curis shares are on the run again. This time it’s due to a secondary offering.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla has entered an agreement with 10 brokerages to offer $5 billion worth of new stock in the company.
Shares of FuelCell Energy continue to work at regaining their week-ago level above $10 a share even after last week's sharply discounted secondary offering.