By the end of trading on Friday, shares closed at $28.42, marking a gain of more than 35% over the IPO price, even as the wider US stock market slid. As trading got going today, under the sign DBX, the supply opened up at $29, as well as while it's been backwards and forwards in the hrs because, it's still in the mid-$29 variety. As the day went on the company was last trading at $29.90, still up by 42 percent.
Its IPO priced at $21 per share late on Thursday, $1 above the projected range of $18 to $20, and was several times oversubscribed. The S&P 500 slid 1.8 percent while Nasdaq dropped 2.4 percent, adding to losses of more than 2 percent each on Thursday.
The company says more than 90% of Dropbox's revenue comes from individual users purchasing subscriptions.
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Dropbox is the biggest so-called unicorn since Snap to test the public market's appetite for tech startups. That job developing your brand name and also constructing up worth, it's lastly time for the market to choose just what your firm is really worth.
The San Francisco-based company, which started as a free service to share and store photos, music, and other large files, competes with much larger technology firms such as Alphabet's Google, Microsoft, Amazon and also with Box. Now that it is a public company, it is expected that Dropbox will be pressured to start turning a profit. Spotify is valued at about $19 billion in the private market, while Dropbox's market valuation climbed toward $13 billion in the day following the IPO. Its net loss almost halved from $210.2 million in 2016.
Of course, these IPOs are such exciting times for investors that they can (and often do) get a little carried away with themselves, and in the weeks and months that follow we could see the market correct that price down to a more stable figure.