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Levi Strauss went public on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. The 166-year-old company began trading at $22.22 a share, and found strong demand for the stock. Here is what five experts have to say about the company moving forward, and whether it's a good buy.
Levi Strauss CEO Charles Bergh joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the company's IPO, marketing strategy and more.
Dennis Berman, managing director in financial advisory at Lazard, and Jaclyn Strife, early Lyft investor and COO of Oceanic Partners, joins "Squawk Alley" with a look ahead at some of the upcoming IPOs in 2019.
Jeff Rudes, CEO of L'agence and founder and former CEO of J-Brand, and Cam Wolf, style writer for GQ, join "Squawk on the Street" ahead of Levi Strauss' first trade at the NYSE to discuss the company's success.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on Levi Strauss's IPO as the first trade comes in at $22.22 a share.
Rick Helfenbein, CEO of the American Apparel and Footwear Association, and Roxanne Meyer, MKM senior research analyst, join "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the strength of Levi Strauss ahead of its market debut.
An IPO and subsequent public disclosures would open the company and its underlying tech up to heightened scrutiny.
Ajay Chopra, general partner at Trinity Ventures, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss what he expects from the big tech IPOs that investors are watching.
Given the challenges facing retail, some investors are wondering why there is so much demand for the Levi Strauss IPO. Scott Rostan, president and founder of Training The Street, joins "Squawk Box" along with CNBC's Leslie Picker to discuss the IPO.
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After months of waiting, the 2019 IPO pipeline will finally open on Thursday with Levi Strauss. It is a perfect moment for the long-stalled IPO market.
March 20- Levi Strauss& Co fetched a higher price than expected in its initial public offering on Wednesday, selling $623.3 million in shares as the U.S. jeans maker looks to return to the stock market after 34 years as a family-owned company. With the stock market hovering near all-time highs, Levi said it priced its IPO at $17 share, just above its target range of $14...
March 20- Levi Strauss& Co said it sold $623.3 million in shares in its initial public offering on Wednesday, as the U.S. jeans maker looks to return to the stock market after 34 years as a family-owned company. With the stock market hovering near all-time highs, Levi priced its IPO at $17 share, just above its target range of $14 to $16, valuing the company at about $6.6...
March 20- Levi Strauss& Co's initial public offering of 36.7 million shares was priced at $17 per share, above the expected range of $14 to $16.
That number comes in higher than the expected range, valuing the iconic denim company at about $6.6 billion and bringing its total raise to about $623 million.
Tom White, senior research analyst at D.A. Davidson, discusses Lyft's upcoming IPO on CNBC's "Power Lunch."