Last week, Adyen raised 947 million euros ($1.1 billion) in its IPO and the company was valued at $8.3 billion. Adyen’s shares closed at €455 on its first day of trading which represents a 90% increase compared to its opening share price.
Avalara raised $180 million in its IPO and the company was valued at $1.56 billion. Avalara’s shares closed at $44.94 on its first day of trading which represents a 87% increase compared to its original share price.
Bloom Energy has filed documents for its upcoming IPO.
Grab’s valuation increased to $10 billion after the company raised $1 billion in a funding round led by Toyota.
Opendoor raised $325 million in its Series E funding round.
WeWork is raising funds at a $35 billion valuation.
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“PayPal Rival Adyen Surges 90 Percent in IPO with Valuation Topping $15 Billion“
“Tax Software Company Avalara Nearly Doubled in its First Day of Trading”
“Bloom Energy Files for IPO"
“Southeast Asia’s Grab Lands $1B From Toyota at a $10B Valuation"
"Opendoor Raises $325M to Make Buying and Selling Homes a Near-instant Process"
"WeWork Is Raising Funds at $35 Billion Valuation, SoftBank Executive Says"