On the upper price band of ₹486 per share, the public issue received bids worth around ₹2400 crore across investor categories.On the first two days the IPO saw a lukewarm response due to correction in local equity markets amid continued rising covid cases
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A possibly exciting year ahead for Asian IPOs, and a Singapore retail tech firm closes a US$640m series E
Impossible is weighing options between going public via an IPO or a merger with a SPAC within the next 12 months.
Over-the-counter trades reportedly valued Krafton at roughly US$17.92 billion.
Linklogis priced its shares at HK$17.58 (US$2.26) each.
There are 34 tech startups across the region are planning an IPO, and more than half of them could collectively raise over US$25 billion.
Macrotech Developers received 9.59 million bids for 36.42 million shares on offer.The company plans to use the IPO proceeds to pare its debt obligations and buy land for future growth
Macrotech Developers's IPO will close on 9 April.The company aims to raise ₹2,500 crore through the offering
The Palo Alto, California-based company plans to raise $2.13 billion by selling 25 million shares between $75 to $85 each.
The Virgin Galactic chairman and Social Capital CEO recommended owning both bitcoin and companies based on the cryptocurrency.
Lodha Developers is now known as Macrotech Developers Ltd, which is hitting the primary markets with an IPO of Rs2500 crore
Goldman Sachs bought about £75 million of Deliveroo shares to aid the food-delivery company's IPO price after it dropped in its London debut, Financial Times reported.
A $35 billion valuation for Flipkart would mean Walmart more than doubled its 2018 investment in the Indian e-commerce giant.
The share sale will come at a time when the IPO of Macrotech Developers has garnered strong investor interest
Let's learn about Alkami and its software, dig into its backers and final private valuation, pick apart its numbers, and then check out its impending IPO valuation.
One of the largest crypto exchanges in the US, Coinbase, announced last week that it’s planning to go public on April 14. The firm said that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has accepted its S-1 registration statement and it’ll have the ticker symbol of COIN, which is pretty cool. We’re happy to announce that earlier today, the SEC declared our S-1 registration statement effective and that we expect our direct listing to occur on April 14, 2021, with our Class A common stock trading on the @NASDAQ under the ticker symbol COIN.https://t.co/cwRZWmj9Pv — Coinbase (@coinbase) April 1, 2021 Coinbase has… This story continues at The Next Web
The British food-delivery startup doesn't have the scalability of a bigger US tech company like Uber, one market analyst said.
Choosing which option is best from a buffet's worth of possibilities is an interesting task for startup CEOs and their boards.
China’s Craigslist-equivalent 58.com is no longer the company's largest shareholder after an investment round in which Sequoia Capital China participated.