Deliveroo Shares Plummet on London Stock Market Debut

Takeaway service Deliveroo endured a humbling London stock market debut earlier this week, on a day that saw its shares drop 30%.

Last week the London-based firm targeted a £8.8bn float valuation based on a share price of 390p-460p, before scaling it back to £7.6bn soon after.

Despite the recalculation, the final valuation still sat some £2.28bn short of its revised target, thanks to improvements throughout the day saw trade recover to around 11% down on the whole.

According to reports, many investors were said to be apprehensive prior to the float, with the working conditions of its riders and a lack of investor power over the direction of the company cited as the two main reasons.

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