This registered direct offering has the company selling 11.84 million shares of BBAI stock as well as warrants for up to another 8.88 million shares. These are being sold together in units that are priced at $2.11 per share. The warrants have an exercise price of $2.32 per share.
BigBear.ai is expecting to generate gross proceeds of about $25 million from this stock offering. The company doesn’t say what it plans to do with these funds after the offering closes on June 13, 2023.
How This Affects BBAI Stock
Just like with any other offering, this one will add more outstanding shares of BBAI stock. Doing so will erode the stakes of current investors in the company. Offerings can also cause a company’s stock to drop when they are announced.
However, that’s not the case with BBAI stock on Friday morning. Instead, the company’s shares are up slightly alongside the news as of this writing. It’s likely that the offering price being the same as yesterday’s close, as well as the higher exercise price for warrants, is helping fuel this reaction. Oftentimes, offerings value shares below their current price, which drops the stock.
BigBear.ai is an artificial intelligence (went public via a merger in 2021.) company. Its focus is on offering AI-powered analytics and cyber solutions to help customers better understand data. The firm was founded in 2020 and
BBAI stock is up about half a percentage point as of Friday morning.
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