The company has priced shares of TIVC stock at 25 cents per share. It expects to raise $5 million from the offering. Tivic Health Systems intends to use this money for the “sales expansion” of its first commercial product, ClearUP.
Tivic is offering up 20 million shares of TIVC stock in the public offering. There’s also a 45-day option for underwriters of the offering to acquire an additional 3 million shares.
What This Means for TIVC Stock
A public stock offering increases the total outstanding amount of TIVC shares. With that comes a decrease to current shareholders’ stake in the company. That’s not something often received well by investors.
Adding to that, public stock offerings are often priced below market value. That’s the case this time; the 25 cent offering price is half of the 50 cent closing price TIVC stock saw yesterday. Yet again, investors typically aren’t happy about this as it devalues their shares.
Today’s news also brings with it heavy trading of TIVC stock. As of this writing, more than 1 million shares have been traded. For comparison, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 88,000 shares.
TIVC stock is down 52% in Thursday pre-market trading.
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