IPOs and Secondaries

Company lockup and quiet periods that follow IPOs are coming to an end this week for 30 companies.
Company lockup and quiet periods that follow IPOs are coming to an end this week for 18 companies. Another seven have scheduled IPOs along with two possible IPOs listed as day-to-day.
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The SEC on Monday issued a statement that could have a chilling effect on blank-check companies, or SPACs, and how these firms do their accounting.
Automation software provider UiPath could be one of the biggest companies to come public in 2021.
Roblox only came public about a month ago and made a huge splash in its debut. So it makes sense that analysts are overly positive on the stock following the close of the quiet period.
Finally, GameStop is taking advantage of the "meme" stock rally and looking to capitalize with a secondary offering.
Online learning platform provider Coursera entered the market with a bang in its red-hot IPO.
Blank-check company BowX has struck a deal to combine with office leasing firm WeWork in a reverse merger that values WeWork at $9 billion and will provide the company with about $1.3 billion in cash.
Compass filed for its initial public offering, and this IPO could be valued at over $1 billion.
Olo entered the market with a bang on Wednesday in its initial public offering.
Coupang is officially the biggest initial public offering of the year, raising over $4.6 billion dollars in its U.S. debut.
Coupang has announced the expected price for its IPO and the South Korean e-commerce company is looking to make over $4 billion in this offering.
Online apparel resale company ThredUp is gearing up to enter the market via an initial public offering.