|Bid||53.65 x 900|
|Ask||54.50 x 800|
|Day's Range||52.17 - 53.90|
|52 Week Range||36.00 - 58.96|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||48.67|
All six have doubled in value — or more — since their Wall Street debuts and they are either headquartered in the Bay Area or backed by investors from the region.
This San Francisco-based company will begin trading on the NYSE Friday and IPO experts say it’s expected to fare much better than Uber and Lyft.
Shares of recently public tech names have all rallied this week, but the broader trend is that investors are clearly separating out the wheat from the chaff, as TheStreet predicted not long ago. The trend, however, shows a a separation: the big consumer names, Uber, Lyft, have traded down, while the more focused B2B companies -- Tufin, Zoom and PagerDuty -- have soared. Pinterest, meanwhile, which appears to be much closer to profitability than either Uber or Lyft, has seen more modest stock gains than those three more focused names.
Cloudability, the pioneer and leader of the FinOps market, today announced a new integration available inside the Cloudability platform for all clients of PagerDuty (PD), a global leader in digital operations management. The integration helps IT, finance and business teams quickly spot waste in real-time and fully utilize cloud spend by escalating notification to the appropriate operations teams as they occur without waiting for a monthly bill. This type of cross-team collaboration, known as FinOps, enables customers to bring financial accountability to the variable spend model of cloud in real-time.
The company led by former McAfee executive George Kurtz is expected to seek a valuation that's higher than the $3.4 billlion it was figured to be worth in a funding round last June.
A South San Francisco biotech's offering soared on Thursday, but a San Mateo ruggedized smartphone maker's priced well below its targets. Here's more on that and other Bay Area founder and funder news at the end of the week.
STOCKSTOWATCHTODAY BLOG Three numbers to start your day: The Average Return for the 40 Companies That Have Gone Public This Year is 29% It is far ahead of the S&P 500’s 15% rise. The year’s best-performing IPO is (BYND) (BYND), which has more than tripled since its IPO.
PagerDuty, Inc. , a global leader in digital operations management, today announced it will release its financial results for the first quarter fiscal year 2020 ended April 30, 2019 after market close on June 6, 2019.
PagerDuty Inc. shares finish higher Monday as analysts start coverage of the DevOps company’s stock less than a month after it started trading, with the split among buys and holds appearing to be an opinion of how much growth the stock’s doubling in a month is already priced in.
Shares of digital operations management company Pagerduty Inc (NYSE: PD ) have gained more than 93 percent since its initial public offering, which RBC Capital says fairly values the stock at current levels. ...
Recent IPO PagerDuty has fans and skeptics. The surprising thing is that the skeptics now include the stock's own underwriters.
PagerDuty, Inc. (PD), a global leader in digital operations management, today announced the PagerDuty Solution for HybridOps. PagerDuty empowers organizations to better deliver always-on, real-time experiences to their customers. The platform embraces HybridOps, an approach to digital operations that enables businesses to orchestrate intelligent, real-time response across distributed teams that utilize different operating models.
The measure of the health of the venture and startup world has dropped for two straight quarters now, down from 17-year highs by about 15 percent.
The company joins joins what could be a busy month for Bay Area IPOs in May, which is expected to include Uber's massive offering, Slack's direct listing and the market debut of South San Francisco biotech Cortexyme.
The market for initial public offerings (IPOs) got off to a slow start this year, but the pipeline of companies planning to offer shares for public trading is starting to swell. Retail investors have a number of opportunities to consider in newly public companies, from well-known consumer brands like apparel maker Levi Strauss & Co. (NYSE: LEVI) to technology firms like cloud computing company PagerDuty (PD). Investors should keep a cautious outlook and remember the potential downsides of investing in IPOs.
Another enterprise software company files for an IPO, coming on the heels for PagerDuty’s successful offering last week.
Pinterest’s long-awaited IPO soared 20 percent on its first trade Thursday, but it paled in comparison to the day's other debut, Zoom Video Communications, which surged a whopping 80.5 percent. But even though the two Bay Area-based tech unicorns had such a wide gap in opening gains, Pinterest’s pop is considered respectable and within the expected range.
The social media unicorn set its IPO price at $19 per share on Wednesday, higher than its original pricing range of $15 to $17 per share.
The 20-year-old San Mateo company joins a growing number of tech offerings planned by Bay Area companies in what has been a relatively slow start for such offerings.
Susquehanna initiated coverage of Pinterest with a neutral rating and $35 price target. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Brian Sozzi discuss.