Intel Corp. priced its self-driving car unit Mobileye Global’s initial public offering at $21 a share, a dollar above the top of its targeted range.
Mobileye raised $861 million by selling 41 million shares, valuing the company at roughly $17 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal.
That value comes in higher than the $15.3 billion that Intel paid for the Mobileye in 2017.
When Intel announced plans to IPO the unit last year, it was looking at a possible value of $50 billion or more.
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The Wall Street Journal previously reported that Intel was expected to price the IPO at or above the top of its $18 to $20 a share range.
The state of the markets has made pricing an IPO tricky.
IPOs in the US had raised only $7.4 billion so far this year, putting 2022 on track to be the worst year for new issues in decades, according to Dealogic.
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Mobileye’s competition includes Google parent Alphabet’s Waymo and Amazon.com’s Zoox.
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Mobileye is set to start trading Wednesday on the Nasdaq stock exchange under the symbol MBLY.