Airbnb and Doordash.
This week the two high-flying Silicon Valley tech companies will go public in initial public offerings.
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All eyes are on the upcoming IPOs from Airbnb and DoorDash.
Here’s what you need to know . . .
Airbnb is the leading platform connecting homeowners and short-term renters. The company offers a range of rooms, apartments and houses worldwide.
There’s strong demand for the Airbnb IPO. The Wall Street Journal reports that Airbnb is raising its IPO price from a previous range of $44 – $50.
Ticker Symbol: ABNB
Share Price: $56 – $60
Valuation: $40 billion
IPO Proceeds: $2.9 billion
Starts Trading: Dec. 10
The IPO is being led by Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Allen & Co. These firms are helping Airbnb go public.
These firms allocate shares of the IPO to their best clients. That means most shares are available only to hedge funds, pension funds, mutual funds and billionaires. Even wealthy Americans with a $10 million account will have trouble getting Airbnb IPO shares.
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DoorDash is a meal-delivery service that connects 390,000 restaurants with more than 18 million consumers. The pandemic has been a boom for the DoorDash business – since more people are eating at home and ordering food delivery.
Investors are clamoring to get DoorDash IPO shares. The IPO price was initially going to be between $75 – $85. Last week it got raised to $90 – $95. And today the WSJ says the price will be at $95 or more.
Ticker Symbol: DASH
Share Price: $90 – $95
Valuation: $34.6 billion
IPO Proceeds: $3.1 billion
Starts Trading: Dec. 9
This deal is also being led by some of Wall Street’s biggest banks. Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Barclays are leading the IPO.
That means regular investors won’t be able to buy shares at the official IPO price.
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