26 Sep The ‘Great IPO Reopening’ may be on hold: rising rates and weaker stocks are a killer – CNBC
The Great IPO Reopening may be on hold: rising rates and lower stocks are an IPO killer.
A combination of still-high valuations, a mediocre reception for the latest crop of IPOs and poor market conditions may force The Great IPO Reopening to be put on hold.
Instacart on Thursday broke below its initial price of $30 before closing at $30.65. Arm Holdings yesterday broke below its initial price of $51 before closing at $52. Klaviyo hit $31.30 when it opened on Thursday, barely above its initial price of $30, before closing at almost $34.
And what about the earlier crop of IPOs? Not so good. Read More…