April 22, 2021
Business News

Oscar Health raises $1.4bn from stock market listing – Financial Times

Oscar Health, the health insurance company co-founded by Joshua Kushner, raised more than $1bn in an initial public offering that topped the company’s marketed price range, in a sign of investor confidence despite political uncertainty over the future of US healthcare.
The New York-based company priced its shares at $39 each on Tuesday, according to a statement, raising about $1.4bn. Oscar would have a market capitalisation of $7.9bn at that price, based on the total number of shares outstanding….

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