Blue Apron's sharply lower IPO price actually helps the company, says analyst
Blue Apron's sharply lower IPO price actually helps the company on its first trading day, analyst Kathleen Smith told CNBC on Thursday. The IPO market "discovered a much better price for Blue Apron. This will help the IPO trade well today. It needed this discount," Smith, a manager of IPO-focused exchange-traded funds at Renaissance Capital, said on...
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