Busy Day for IPOs on the Big Board

By IndustriesFOXBusiness

It’s IPO Day at the NYSE.

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US Foods Holding became the second largest IPO of the year,  selling shares at the upper end of the expected range. The food-distribution company sold shares at $23 apiece, raising $1.02 billion. US Foods is owned by private-equity firms Clayton Dubilier & Rice and KKR & Co.

US Foods was expected to sell shares between $21 and $24.

Trading in shares opened at $24.25. The company trades on the NYSE under the symbol USFD.

Cotiviti is a payment solutions company in the healthcare sector. It priced 12.5 million shares at $19 each, exactly where shares were when trading opened. The company had set an expected range of $17 - $19. Cotiviti trades under the ticker COTV.

GMS is a distributor of interior construction products. The company sold 7 million shares at $21 each. That’s at the low end of the $21-$23 offering range. Shares began trading at $22.50

Shares trade under the symbol GMS.

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