How to buy shares in Didi (DIDI)
Chinese ride-hailing app Didi has filed for a US IPO. Servicing over 600 million users across 15 countries, here’s what you need to know in the lead-up to one of the largest exchange listings in history.
What is Didi?
Chinese ride-hailing app Didi has filed for a US IPO. The company is currently valued at US$95b in the secondary market. Servicing over 600 million users across 15 countries Didi doubled Q1 revenue if the year prior with US$6.4b. Here’s what you need to know in the lead-up to one of the largest exchange listings in history.
How to buy shares in Didi (DIDI)?
At some point in the coming weeks, Didi Chuxing (DIDI) will complete an Initial Public Offering (IPO).
Here are a few things to keep in mind for those looking to invest.
An Initial Public Offering (IPO) brings private companies to the public market.
It gives existing, internal shareholders a chance to sell their shares to institutions and retail investors. An IPO also allows the listing company to raise money.
Typically, an investment bank underwrites the process. The bank will determine fair value for a company’s shares, buy the shares and then sell the shares to its network of funds, banks, and investors through exchanges.
Buying on Stake
Investors will only be able to submit an order for $DIDI once it is live. This is often an unknown time after the market opens once the pre-listing auction is complete. While the stock page may be visible on the website and app, no orders can be placed until the stock is officially trading.
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