Having almost managed to fly under the radar, agricultural property investment provider Vitalharvest arrived on the ASX today.
Investors were asked to stump up $1 per share to take part in the IPO, which sought to raise 185M in capital. At close of trade, early adopters had taken a 3.5% loss, with prices having so far failed to trade above the float price.
Hopefully there's an uplift when markets return on Monday, we'll be sure to keep tabs on VTH throughout the week.
As an aside, still no sign of Tempus nor has there been any uplift in Rafaella Resources to date.