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Initial public offerings to debut next week include sporty Texas offering

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NEW YORK (AP) — The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include IPO ETF manager Renaissance Capital, and SEC filings.

Week of Sep. 28
Academy Sports and Outdoors – Katy, Texas, 15.6 million shares, priced $15-$17, managed by Credit Suisse/JP Morgan. Proposed Nasdaq symbol ASO. Business: Sports and outdoor equipment retailer in the southern US.
Asana – San Francisco, 30 million shares, priced at $28, managed by Morgan Stanley/JP Morgan. Proposed NYSE symbol ASAN. Business: Provides enterprise task management and collaboration software.

Chindata Group Holdings – Beijing, China, 40 million shares, priced $11.50-$13.50, managed by Morgan Stanley/Citi. Proposed Nasdaq symbol CD. Business: Integrated data center operator focusing on Asia-Pacific emerging markets.
Mission Produce – Oxnard, Calif., 9.4 million shares, priced $15-$17, managed by BofA Securities/JP Morgan. Proposed Nasdaq symbol AVO. Business: Supplier of fresh avocados.
Palantir Technologies – Denver, Colo., 257.1 million shares, priced at $11.50, managed by Morgan Stanley/Credit Suisse. Proposed NYSE symbol PLTR. Business: Data analytics platform focused on the government and financial sectors.
Yalla Group – Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 18.6 million shares, priced $-$9, managed by Morgan Stanley/Haitong International. Proposed NYSE symbol YALA. Business: Provides a voice-centric social networking and entertainment platform in MENA.

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