Canada Goose has begun trading today after pricing higher than the expected range for its initial public offering.
The luxury maker of $900 goose down parkas priced its shares at 17 Canadian dollars, or $12.78, selling 20 million subordinate voting shares. According to the company, it will have a dual listing. The Toronto Stock Exchange has conditionally approved the listing, while the New York Stock Exchange has already approved the listing. The ticker symbol is “GOOS”. Dollar conversions are at current exchange. The pricing was initially expected at between 14 to 16 Canadian dollars, or $10.41 to $11.90.
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