That offering has the company selling 6.25 million shares of AUGX stock at a price of $4 per share. Investors will note this is an upsized offer over the previously proposed 5.5 million shares.
Underwriters of the offering also have a 30-day option to acquire another 937,500 shares at the offering price. Evercore ISI and William Blair are joint bookrunning managers for the offering with B. Riley Securities acting as co-manager.
Augmedix is expecting gross proceeds from the offering to come in at $25 million. The company plans to use the proceeds “to fund increased investment in sales and marketing; for research and development and general and administrative costs as the company increases its scale; and for working capital, capital expenditures and general corporate purposes.”
How This Affects AUGX Stock Today
A public stock offering almost never goes well with investors. That’s due to the increase in shares diluting their current stakes in the company.
To go along with that, the offerings are often priced below market value. In this case, the $4 price tag for shares in the offering is a significant discount compared to prior closing price of $5.43 per share for AUGX stock.
AUGX stock is down 27.1% on Thursday morning as some 298,000 shares change hands. For comparison, its daily average trading volume is about 219,000 shares.
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