CaliberCos (NASDAQ:CWD) stock is on the move Friday following the real estate investment firm’s recent initial public offering ( ).
CaliberCos has been seeing major trading after the company’s shares made their public debut on Wednesday. That resulted in the stock rallying on Thursday and also saw it continue to increase in pre-market trading today. However, the shares are down as of this writing.
It makes sense that CWD stock would give up some of its gains following its IPO. Considering it went through a couple of days of rallying, investors are likely selling the stock at new highs reached during the increases. That likely explains today’s drop.
CWD Stock IPO Details
CaliberCos held an upsized IPO on Wednesday that saw it offer 1.2 million shares of CWD stock at a price of $4 each. To put that in perspective, the company’s shares closed out trading on Thursday at $7.70 each.
The IPO has CaliberCos raising $4.8 million, and there could be more coming. That’s due to an option for underwriters to acquire another 15% of CWD stock at the IPO price. They have 45 days after the closing date of the offering to exercise this right.
CWD stock was initially up as much as 65% during pre-market trading on Friday. However, the company’s shares are now down 17.1% before markets open this morning.
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