Law360 (April 15, 2019, 6:01 PM EDT) -- Nine issuers, led by a defense contractor plus a bevy of biotechnology firms and technology and banking companies, filed for initial public offerings on Friday and Monday that are preliminarily estimated to raise more than $700 million combined, likely signaling a burst of May deals.
The latest IPO submissions follow several filings earlier last week, topped by ride-hailing giant Uber Techologies Inc., which reportedly expects to raise about $10 billion. The new IPO candidates can begin marketing their offerings by the end of April, putting them on pace to price their deals in May.
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