IPO Roundup May 16, 2016

Acacia Communications IPO, share price – Business Insider

The second tech initial public offering (IPO) of 2016 saw a big spike in shares on Friday. Shares of Acacia Communications, a Maynard, Massachusetts-based maker of high-speed optical-networking products, rose by as much as 36% in its debut on the Nasdaq. 

Durham’s Viamet ‘postpones’ $90 million IPO – Triangle Business Journal

Durham’s Viamet Pharmaceuticals put an initial public offering on ice, according to Renaissance Capital, a group that closely tracks IPOs. 

Oncobiologics IPO Collapses 20% (NASDAQ: ONSIU) – 24/7 Wall St.

The Oncobiologics Inc. (NASDAQ: ONSIU) initial public offering suffered a devastating first day. Shares ended down 20% to $4.80. 

AT Brokerage directs institutions and Arab investors to cover IPO of AT Lease – Daily News Egypt

AT Brokerage, the company responsible for promoting the initial public offering (IPO) of AT Lease in the Egyptian Exchange (EGX), has succeeded in attracting financial institutions and Arab investors with high financial solvency in the five additional days EGX approved to be added to the period of receiving purchase orders in the IPO, managing director of the brokerage firm Mohammed Fathallah said. 

Microcap device maker Sensus Healthcare refiles terms for $11 million IPO – NASDAQ.com

Sensus Healthcare, which sells low-energy x-ray systems for treating non-melanoma skin cancer and keloids, announced terms for its IPO on Friday.

Asia’s biggest airplane lessor plans to raise S$1.5b in IPO | TODAYonline

Asia’s biggest aircraft lessor is seeking to raise HK$8.7 billion (S$1.5 billion) to fund an expansion as the region is poised to become the world’s top air travel market in about two decades. 

Motorpoint IPO raises £100m (From Herald Scotland)

MOTORPOINT, the largest car dealer in the UK, has raised £100 million through an initial public offering (IPO), on the main London market. The company sold 50 million existing shares at 200p, raising £100m and giving the group a market capitalisation of £200m. Share in the company pushed as high as 217.5p by close on Friday. 

My Humble House IPO draws 140,000 applications – Taipei Times

Investors filed more than 140,000 applications for the initial public offering (IPO) of My Humble House Hospitality Management Consulting Co (寒舍餐旅), the company said yesterday. The Taipei-based hotel and restaurant operator, which is to be listed on the local bourse on Thursday, put 1.93 million shares up for subscription at NT$50.44 per share between Monday and Wednesday, the company said. 

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