Finance Watch: Have Investors Reached IPO Fatigue?
Only Two Of Six Newly Public Companies Trade Above IPO Price
Public Company Edition: Codiak, Kiromic, Aligos and Opthea have fallen below their initial public offering values, while Tarsus and Praxis are trading higher. Also, 5AM, MPM and Cormorant took biotech SPACs public and Evotec led recent non-IPO financings with a €250m private placement.
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Shuttle Pharmaceuticals and PaxMedica launch two small initial public offerings in the US as the market awaits a significant IPO. Also, Assertio closed a $70m follow-on offering, Codiak restructures and cuts jobs, and Vilya emerges with $50m in series A venture capital.
Good news in the biopharma industry and the US economy gave public drug developers the boost they needed to raise cash, including Karuna’s $750m offering. Private company financings slowed during the second week of August, but Prellis and Vector BioPharma raised venture capital.
Public Company Edition: Almost halfway through the year, initial public offerings equal nearly three-quarters of the 2020 total. Also, Pardes is one of four new SPAC mergers; HUTCHMED launched an IPO in Hong Kong; and Zentalis, Theravance and BioXcel launched follow-on offerings.