The five companies that raised the most money in their stock market debut this year include GoDaddy, the web hosting company known for its racy TV commercials.
Others include a health technology company and a construction materials company. The list, provided by Renaissance Capital, which manages IPO-focused exchange traded funds, ranks the companies by how much money they raised in their initial public offering. Only one, a pipeline operator, raised more than a $1 billion.
Here's a look at the companies and how their stocks have performed since their IPOs.
1. Columbia Pipeline Partners LP
The Houston-based natural gas pipeline operator raised nearly $1.1 billion in February. Its stock is up more than 16 percent since its IPO price of $23 per unit.
2. Inovalon Holdings Inc.
The health technology company, which is based in Bowie, Maryland, raised $600 million in February. The stock is down 7 cents from its IPO price of $27 per share.
3. InfraREIT Inc. (Tied)
The real estate investment trust owns electric transmission and distribution assets in Texas. It raised $460 million. Its shares are up 39 percent since its January IPO price of $23 per share.
3. GoDaddy Inc. (Tied)
The Web hosting company raised $460 million in March. Shares of the company, which is based in Scottsdale, Arizona, are up 24 percent from its IPO price of $20 per share.
5. Summit Materials Inc.
The Denver construction materials company raised $400 million in March. Its stock is up about 23 percent since its IPO price of $18 per share.