initial public offerings (IPOs) trading on American exchanges

Sunday, February 13, 2022

IPOs this week : Feb 14 - 18, 2022 (wk 7)

No IPOs are expected to start trading next week. 

IPO quiet period expirations
  • NSTS Bancorp(NASDAQ:NSTS) on February 14. 
IPO lockup expirations
  • Crescent Capital (NASDAQ:CCAP) on February 14, 
  • Iris Energy (NASDAQ:IREN) on February 15, 
  • Newlake Capital Partners (OTCQX:NLCP), Sweetgreen (NYSE:SG) and UserTesting (NYSE:USER) on February 16 and 
  • CYNGN (NASDAQ:CYN) on February 17. 
The IPO lockups cover only certain blocks of shares. 

On the SPAC calendar, shareholder votes are set for the Roth CH Acquisition III Co. (NASDAQ:ROCR) deal to take QualTek public, the Astrea Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:ASAX) deal to take both HotelPlanner and Reservations.com public, as well as the Healthcare Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:HCCC) deal to take Alpha Tau Medical public.

Friday, February 11, 2022

GlobalFoundries (GFS) began trading on the Nasdaq on Thur 28 Oct 21

GlobalFoundries, which was spun off from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in 2009, is the world’s third-largest foundry based on revenue. In 2020, the company reported revenue of $5.7 billion. As demand for chips surged in 2021, GlobalFoundries’ net revenue for the first half of the year was $3.04 billion, an increase of about 13% from a year earlier. Some of the company’s largest customers include several Nasdaq-listed companies, such as Qualcomm (QCOM), NXP Semiconductors (NXPI), AMD and Broadcom (AVGO).

GlobalFoundries Inc. is a multinational semiconductor contract manufacturing and design company incorporated in the Cayman Islands and headquartered in Malta, New York. 
Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA
CEO: Thomas Caulfield (Mar 9, 2018–)
Revenue: 6 billion USD (2020)
Number of employees: 15,000
Founded: March 2, 2009, Sunnyvale, CA
  • IPO date: Oct. 28 
  • Nasdaq’s largest U.S. IPO by proceeds raised in 2021 and the largest semiconductor IPO in its history.