Why Is Mangoceuticals (MGRX) Stock Down 33% Today?


  • Mangoceuticals (MGRX) stock is falling Friday alongside a public offering.
  • The company is selling 5 million shares in this offering.
  • We still don’t know the price of shares in this offering.
MGRX Stock - Why Is Mangoceuticals (MGRX) Stock Down 33% Today?

Mangoceuticals (NASDAQ:MGRX) stock is dropping on Friday after the men’s wellness products company launched a stock offering this morning.

That stock offering has the company selling 5 million shares of MGRX stock. However, while the stock offering is in effect, the pricing of the offering hasn’t been published yet.

It’s also worth mentioning that underwriters of the offering can acquire an additional 15% of MGRX stock within 45 days of the offering. Boustead Securities, LLC is acting as the sole underwriter of this offering.

How This Affects MGRX Stock

A public stock offering increases the number of outstanding shares that a stock has. That also dilutes the stakes of current shareholders in the company. This is one reason that public offerings can drop the price of a stock.

To go along with that, public offerings typically offer a significant discount over the prior closing price. In this case, MGRX stock closed out Thursday at 52 cents per share. While the price of this offering is unknown, it’s likely to be below that.

MGRX stock is down 32.7% as of Friday morning and is down 87% year-to-date as of Thursday’s close.

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