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Secondary Public Offerings (SPO) Calendar

Secondary public offering (SPO) is the sale of new or closely-held shares by a publicly-traded company that has already had an initial public offering (IPO). Non-dilutive secondary offerings occur when a major shareholder of a company sells a large portion or all of their holdings. In this scenario, the proceeds from this sale are paid to the shareholder that divests from the company. A dilutive secondary offering involves the creation of new shares and offering them to the public for sale. In this scenario, the proceeds from the sale are given to the company for future growth and expansion. What every investor needs to understand about secondary public offerings.

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