Finance Watch: Five IPOs Launch In Two Days; Three Remain In Positive Territory
Public Company Edition: Trevi Therapeutics was the first out of the gate on 7 May, but four more biopharma firms went public in the US on 8 May, while just 13 IPOs launched between January and April. Also, new financings include debt for BMS, Bausch and Intercept.
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