Airbnb will price its initial public offering shares above its recently increased target range of $56 to $60, according to a report.
The San Francisco home-rental service is expected to set its target price above $60 on Wednesday ahead of its trading debut on Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported. It will trade under symbol " (ABNB) - Get Report."
The stock is expected to be priced after the markets close Wednesday.
The new expected price would value Airbnb at more than $42 billion. The company is expected to raise more than $3.3 billion in the IPO.
On Monday, Airbnb raised the price range of its IPO to between $56 and $60 a share.
The company said it has lost $697 million over the first three quarters of 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic has decimated the travel and hospitality industries.
The company reported September quarter revenue of $1.3 billion.
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