Secondary Offering

Secondary Offering

When an already public company sells or registers additional shares in the public market. These offerings typically have a trading history and valuation set by the market. Secondary Offerings come in different forms, and are often completed in hours or days, instead of weeks.
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      "A type of Secondary Offering that is announced right after the market closes. The offering is usually priced and customers must place orders within a few hours. The shares are allocated before the market opens the next day."
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      An Offering refers to any public offering, whether IPO or Secondary, in which the offering will be made available in the public markets.
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