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Meet This Week's IPOs: 4 Companies Still Expected To Debut

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Meet This Week's IPOs: 4 Companies Still Expected To Debut

Five Point Holdings, LLC (NYSE: FPH) launched its initial public offering Wednesday at $14 per share, but it was neither the first nor the last company to make a public debut this week.

ENDRA Life Sciences Inc (NASDAQ: NDRAU) and Guaranty Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNTY) preceded it Tuesday, while four others are slated to premiere through the end of the week.

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  • Gardner Denver Holdings, Inc. (GDI) will issue 41.3 million shares between $23 and $26 Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. The previously-public company, which was taken private in 2013, provides flow control technology to clients across various industries, including energy, transportation and life sciences.
  • Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure, Inc. (SOI) will issue 10.6 million shares between $15 and $18 Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. The product manufacturer and service provider supports the activities of various North American oil and gas drillers.
  • A.S.V., LLC (ASV) will issue 3.8 million shares between $8 and $10 Friday on the Nasdaq. The Minnesota-based company designs and manufacturers construction equipment with a heavy focus on compact track loaders.
  • Although not listed on Nasdaq’s upcoming IPOs webpage, Veritone (VERI) is expected to issue 2.5 million shares between $14 and $16 Friday on the Nasdaq, according to IPO Scoop. Using artificial intelligence technology, the company allows clients to search various media forms for and subsequently extract features such as objects, faces, brands and sentiment.

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