IPO Outlook For The Week: A Talent Agency, A Lender And Peloton

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Peloton Interactive, Inc. PTON will issue 40 million shares between $26 and $29 Thursday on the Nasdaq. The offering represents 95.7% of outstanding shares and is expected to raise about $1.33 billion. Founded in 2012, the Silicon Valley company markets at-home fitness equipment.

Oportun Financial Corp OPRT will issue 6.25 million shares between $15 and $17 Thursday on the Nasdaq. The offering represents 23.4% of outstanding shares and is expected to raise about $6.94 million. The 14-year-old financial firm has issued more than 3.1 million loans to clients with no or limited credit history.

Endeavor Group Holdings, Inc. EDR will issue nearly 19.4 million shares between $30 and $32 Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. The offering represents 2.2% of outstanding shares and is expected to raise about $712.3 million. As the successor to the William Morris Agency and IMG, the talent agency has a 120-year history.

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