SoftBank’s Arm valued at $54.5 billion in year’s biggest IPO

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By Echo Wang and Anirban Sen NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chip designer Arm Holdings Plc secured a $54.5 billion valuation in its U.S. initial public offering (IPO) on Wednesday, seven years after its owner SoftBank Group Corp took the company private for $32 billion. The IPO represents a climb-down from the $64 billion valuation at which SoftBank last month acquired the 25% stake it did not already own in the company from the $100 billion Vision Fund it manages. Yet even with this lower valuation, SoftBank fares better than its $40 billion deal to sell Arm to Nvidia Corp, which it abandoned last year…

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