Neumora, RayzeBio ride onto Nasdaq in IPO doubleheader, breathing life into fall listings
Two Phase III biotechs will join the Nasdaq Friday morning, with radiopharma startup RayzeBio and brain disease drug developer Neumora pricing their IPOs at $311 million and $250 million, respectively.
RayzeBio and Neumora wooed investors during a relatively icy IPO market, which is beginning to thaw as other biotech startups are lining up to go public. The Friday doubleheader — the second of its kind in recent months after Apogee and Sagimet entered Wall Street on the same day in July — could be a boon to other private biotechs eager to go public this fall, which is anticipated to be about 10 companies, per industry insiders.
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