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US IPO Weekly Recap: Two small deals begin trading as big IPOs wait in the wings


Two small issuers began trading this past week, one of which is eligible for inclusion in our IPO stats, joined by one blank check IPO. Three small IPOs and one SPAC submitted initial filings. Though there were no large launches or pricings, three issuers on file to raise $100+ million disclosed updated financials: Chinese pet hospital company New Ruipeng Pet more

Chinese e-commerce platform ICZOOM prices US IPO at $4 low end


ICZOOM Group, which operates a B2B e-commerce platform for electrical components and services in China, raised $6 million by offering 1.5 million shares at $4, the low end of the downwardly revised range of $4 to $5. The company originally planned to offer 4.4 million shares at a range of $5 to $6 before revising the terms this past September, and again in February. more

US IPO Week Ahead: IPO calendar looks quiet with two small deals


Just two small companies are currently scheduled to list in the week ahead, neither of which are eligible for inclusion in our IPO stats. Early-stage gold and copper mining company U.S. GoldMining (USGO) plans to raise $20 million at a $121 million market cap, offering units. Spun out of dual-listed GoldMining, the company is focused on exploring and advancing more

US IPO Weekly Recap: Frac sand and AI technology come to the US IPO market


Two IPOs priced this past week, led by energy play Atlas Energy Solutions (AESI), which completed the second largest IPO of the year to date. Several small deals delayed (IZM, NAVA, NFTU, OPHV), and in an uncommon move, online retailer PishPosh (BABY) postponed its $9 million IPO one day after announcing pricing. Frac sand more