|Bid||24.02 x 800|
|Ask||26.30 x 1000|
|Day's Range||25.00 - 25.86|
|52 Week Range||0.40 - 29.88|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1.80|
Concern over a meltdown of the Turkish lira has cooled overnight and indices are bouncing sharply. The Turkish central bank has promised to inject liquidity from foreign currencies and that has caused a bounce in the lira of 8% or so. Market players anticipated an immediate recovery yesterday morning and were caught by surprise when the early bounce failed.
It has worked so consistently for so long that it has become a bit of a joke in the trading community. Bad news such as terrorist attacks, nuclear war with Korea, Trade wars with China and even President Donald Trump himself have consistently result in automatic and energetic buying.
Beginning its life as a publicly traded company with a bang, Bloom Energy provided investors with plenty to celebrate regarding its second quarter.
Now, Mr. Smith wants to get hold of his shares. Various investors and the fund manager potentially could be at odds over clashing objectives. It became easier for investors to take part in such collective-funding efforts after several platforms were created a few years ago by companies such as AngelList, OurCrowd, MicroVentures and FundersClub.
Bloom Energy Corp. (be) shares rose 2.3% after hours Tuesday after the energy company reported its first quarterly results post its initial public offering last month. Bloom said it lost $46 million, or $4.36 a share, in the second quarter, compared with a loss of $63 million, or $6.24 a share, in the year-ago period. Bloom is in a post-IPO mandatory quiet period and did not schedule a conference call with analysts.
Bloom Energy Corporation (BE) today announced financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2018. The Company’s financial results were at the high end of the range of the preliminary financial results provided in its final prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Bloom Energy Corp.’s chief executive sat down with MarketWatch for a phone interview on the day his company’s stock debuted on Wall Street, to answer questions about an initial public offering that this column had openly questioned. His answers only did more damage.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell bought $5 million in class A shares of Bloom Energy (BE) in the clean-technology company's initial public offering last week. Gen. Powell paid the IPO price of $15 each for 333,333 class A shares for his personal account, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission regulatory filing. In addition, Powell owns 28,150 class B Bloom Energy supervoting shares directly and 43,500 class B shares through two trusts, stock options for 83,333 class B shares, and restricted stock units representing 5,000 class B shares.
Bloom Energy Corporation (BE) will report its second quarter 2018 financial results after U.S. financial markets close on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. The Company will provide a shareholder letter with financial results and management commentary. The letter will be posted to the Investor Relations section of the Company's website.
The Sunnyvale fuel cell company has filed an unusual correction about what CEO KR Sridhar said in an interview on the day it went public.
The first response to the Sunnyvale company's fuel cell technology came from a Nobel laureate who was a partner at New Enterprise Associates and believed there were 10 reasons it would never work.
Wall Street seemingly could not get enough of Bloom Energy Corp. on Wednesday, with shares rising as much as 50% after an initial public offering that Chief Executive and founder K.R. Sridhar credited to his company’s ability to explain its purpose.
Shares of clean-technology company Bloom Energy Corp. soared in their trading debut Wednesday, the latest newly public company to benefit from investor enthusiasm for nascent technologies. In their first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange, shares of the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based maker of energy-generating devices rose 67% to close at $25. The listing raised about $270 million, valuing Bloom Energy at $1.6 billion at its initial price.
It’s a potential return for venture investors that have stuck by the company through several market swings in hopes of an exit. Bloom Energy will be cash-flow positive and GAAP-profitable this year, and “sustainably onward,”, K.R. Sridhar, Bloom Energy chief executive and founder said in an interview with MarketWatch, a sister publication of WSJ Pro. The company is profitable as of the second quarter, he told MarketWatch.
Bloom Energy Corp. priced its initial public offering at $15, the top end of its price range, vying to join the likes of Dropbox in equity markets.
MARKET PULSE Shares of Bloom Energy Corp. (be) shot up out of the gate Wednesday, advancing 30% on the New York Stock Exchange to $19.44. Bloom earlier priced its initial public offering at $15, the top of a $13-$15 range set earlier in July, to raise $270 million.
Clean Energy company Bloom Energy Corp. (be) priced its initial public offering at $15 a share, according to Nasdaq, the high end of its $13 to $15 price range. Shares will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange later Wednesday under the ticker symbol "BE." The Silicon Valley company makes fuel-cell energy systems for large corporate campuses and other installations. Underwriters, which include J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse, have access to an additional 2.7 million shares in case of overallotments.
Corp. said it completed a long-sought initial public offering that valued the maker of fuel-cell power generators at $1.59 billion. Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., Bloom had raised about $1.5 billion in equity funding from venture investors including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and New Enterprise Associates. Bloom had sought to go public as early as 2016, when it made a confidential IPO filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. , July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloom Energy Corporation (NYSE:BE) today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 18,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock at a price ...
The shares rose 47 percent to $22.10 at 2:09 p.m. in New York, giving the company a market value of about $2.34 billion. Bloom Energy sold 18 million shares for $15 apiece Tuesday after marketing the stock at a range of $13 to $15 in the first alternative energy IPO in the U.S. since October 2016. The Sunnyvale, California-based company makes what it calls energy servers, or systems comprised of many fuel cells that allow customers including Morgan Stanley and AT&T Inc. to generate clean electricity onsite even when the utility grid goes dark.
In 2014, the maker of fuel-cell power generators settled a dispute with the co-founders of Advanced Equities, a now defunct brokerage firm that created crowdfunding entities that invested hundreds of millions of dollars into Bloom Energy. and Keith Daubenspeck, are due to receive 200,000 Bloom Energy shares post-IPO, according to the company’s filings. Mr. Badger and Mr. Daubenspeck had threatened to sue Bloom Energy in 2013, claiming that the company misled them and caused them to get sanctioned by the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to people familiar with the dispute.
For a more comprehensive IPO calendar, check out the offering in Benzinga Cloud . Aquestive Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: AQST ) will issue 4 million shares between $14 and $16 Wednesday on the Nasdaq. Formerly ...
SUNNYVALE, Calif. , June 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloom Energy Corporation today announced it has publicly filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") ...