IPOs and Secondaries

Albertsons has priced its initial public offering below the expected price range. Look for the food and drug retailer to come public later on Friday.
Pershing Square Tontine Holdings has filed with the SEC regarding its initial public offering.
DraftKings is moving forward with its secondary offering, but it will be upsized from the previous announcement.
Companies usually pursue secondary offerings as a way to raise capital after their stock has made a solid run. This is the case with DraftKings.
Royalty Pharma shares entered the market with a bang on Tuesday.
Insurance company Lemonade has filed with the SEC regarding its initial public offering.
ZoomInfo, a Vancouver, Washington-based provider of databases used for sales teams and marketing teams is poised to come to market. It has nothing to do with Zoom Video Communications.
Cinedigm Corp. (NASDAQ: CIDM) has always been considered a speculative stock among the movies, content and video segment. Despite some major ongoing woes in the movie theater business and in the...
Fannie Mae is about to begin a bidding process to select a financial advisor to assist in developing and implementing a plan for recapitalizing and responsibly ending its conservatorship.
These five stocks may have stumbled somewhat out of the gate, but they have come on super-strong in 2020 and could be among the next generation of super-hot technology stocks to buy.
It would be easy to interpret a SPAC IPO during a recession as some form of speculation gone wild. There is another side of that view that should also be considered.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) has not been spared from the investor carnage that has been seen in the cruise industry. On top of needing capital, the company had previously announced a...
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC) is about to bolster its capital to the highest levels in the company’s history. The bank has held a large position of more than 22% of...
Norwegian Cruise Line stock saw a handy gain on Wednesday after the company announced that it had secured more liquidity to help keep it afloat through the next 12 months.
Considering that Dave & Buster’s is an almost entirely consumer-facing business, it has been one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.