SA’s Wall Street Breakfast: IPO Revival

June 2, 2020 LoadstarEditorial

Sourced from SEEKING ALPHA‘s Wall Street Breakfast:

The market for initial public offerings looked like it might finally be recovering from the WeWork (WE) debacle before COVID-19 brought IPOs to a halt over the past two months, but there are now signs of life as capital markets recover. Online used car seller Vroom (VRM) is set to price shares between $15 to $17, aiming to raise about $318.8M at the top ...

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