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Mega IPOs Lyft and Uber are down more than 30% since their listings. But overall, 2019 was a solid year for initial public offerings.
Saudi Aramco may have finally fired the starting pistol on its initial public offering (IPO), but some analysts still believe investors should think carefully before jumping on board.
WeWork has put off an IPO, while AirBnb and Palantir have yet to announce plans. In the meantime, employees have much of their net worth tied up in the value of these companies.
Deirdre Bosa gives us a recap on the notable IPOs we have seen this year and separates the winners from the losers.
Deirdre Bosa reports on “Stripe” which is a major force behind this year’s IPOs that handles all of the technology that allows companies to accept online and mobile payments.
The WeWork initial public offering is full speed ahead, sources familiar with the matter tell CNBC’s David Faber, despite a number of a setbacks including a dramatic cut in its valuation and its biggest outside investor urging the controversial real estate company to shelve the offering.
Peloton is going public on Wall Street but some investors are pondering why the fitness startup company is listing itself as a media company during a time when that industry is facing numerous challenges. Julia Boorstin reports.
The world’s biggest brewer is tapping into Asia and looking to raise nearly $10 billion dollars by listing shares in Hong Kong to produce the biggest IPO of the year. Frank Holland has more for us.
A new company will be making its debut on Wall Street: Slack. This company software is used by businesses to help employees communicate. It will be going public in a non-traditional way: direct listing. Leslie Picker explains.
Chewy priced 46 million shares at $22 apiece, above the indicative range of $19 to $21 that it had given. The amount of stock offered in the deal was 5 million more than expected, and raised $1 billion.
It’s already been a very busy IPO market on Wall Street and we’re seeing a warm reception with most of these IPOs. Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.
We discuss how some stocks that soar in a short period of time may look like something you want to own but should you? David Sowerby, a portfolio manager at Ancora, joins us with this analysis.
Peloton, best known for its exercise cycles, announced Wednesday it has filed with securities regulators for an initial public offering.
Uber reported their first earnings report since going public on Wall Street. How did the ridesharing company do? Deirdre Bosa breaks down the numbers for us.
Will Uber ever make it to the market’s key index, the S&P 500? Mike Santoli explains.