Finance Watch: A Rough Week To End A Bad Month For Biotech Stocks
Public Company Edition: The prior day's after-hours bad news sent biotech stocks lower on 9 August, and IPOs are taking a breather with the NBI down 2.1% over the past month. However, already public companies are raising cash, including Allakos and Ironwood at $350m each.
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Public Company Edition: Drug developers continue to take advantage of investors’ preference for biotechnology investments, with CRISPR, Acceleron and BioNTech raising massive sums. The wealth isn’t spreading to everyone, however, as DBV Technologies is restructuring and cutting jobs.
Public Company Edition: Phathom went public in the US within proposed pricing terms, but Cabaletta’s IPO went to market below a proposed range, while TFF launched in line with earlier plans. Also, Principia’s FOPO raises $210m and Trillium restructures.
BioNTech has plenty of cash and is gearing up for an IPO, but money from a Hong Kong investor is in limbo. Plus, Satsuma and SpringWorks bring US IPO total to 34 this year, Fate's FOPO raises $150.5m and Pharvaris brings in $66m.