Börsengang Twitter

November 7, 2013 by  

Börsengang Twitter, Twitter is feeling more optimistic about investor appetite for its imminent initial public offering.

On Monday morning, the company raised the price range for its I.P.O. to $23 to $25, signaling a bullish outlook ahead of its trading debut this week.

The new range increases Twitter’s potential market value by several billion dollars. If it prices at the high end, Twitter would be valued at $13.9 billion at the start of its first day of trading.

That is more than other relatively young technology companies like Groupon and Zynga, but less than Facebook, valued at about $119 billion, and LinkedIn, valued at about $25 billion.

The new range also increases the amount of money that the company will raise for itself. At the midpoint, the offering would raise about $1.7 billion for the company, giving it an infusion of capital to finance its growth.

On Oct. 24, the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it planned to sell 70 million shares at $17 to $20 each. That range was below what some analysts had expected, a sign that Twitter was proceeding cautiously and did not want to inflate expectations.

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