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Cuentas, Inc. (CUEN) Stock Dips After Exercising of Warrants from February 2021 Public Offering

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Cuentas, Inc. (CUEN) stock prices were down 14.40% shortly after market trading commenced on July 12th, 2021, bringing the price per share down to USD$4.16 early on in the trading day.

Public Offering

July 12th, 2021 saw the company announce the generation of USD$6.2 million from the exercising of warrants issues earlier in February of 2021. The warrants were issued in relation to the company’s underwritten public offering of 2,790,697 units, with each unit priced at USD$4.30 per unit. The offering raised roughly USD$12 million, before the deduction of expenses related to the offering. The warrants started trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the ticker CUENW since February 2nd, 2021.

Inclusion in WaveMax Network

WaveMaxannounced having been selected by TelcoDR as a part of its showcase of the most innovative mobile technologies at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Cuentas has signed a contract to rollout SharedFi across 170 test locations in the New York City-Tristate area. The testing period will last 6 months, the success of which will result in the collaborative installation of 1,000 additional Bodega Stores in a 50/50 joint venture.

Synchronicity with Execon

The WiFi managed services company, Execon, will facilitate the implementation of WiFi6 infrastructure and manage and monitor the broadband internet at various Bodega stores. Execon will connect participating stores, while Cuentas will connect customers via the WaveMax platform, driving customer savings and greater value. The WaveMax mobile ecosystem will encourage an enhanced user and shopping experience, with Cuentas customers having access to discounts for purchases and rewards, this driving in greater net revenues.

Healthy Financials

The company’s balance sheet for the first quarter of 2021 improved drastically, largely as a result of a successful USD$12 million capital raising venture, The underwritten public offering saw the generation of USD$10.6 million in net proceeds. The capital raised was allocated towards the repayment of all of its financial debt, including USD635,000 to Labrys, USD$378,000 to Dinar Zuz, and a USD$260k convertible loan with interest to A.Ghershony.

Future Outlook for CUEN

Armed with a solid liquidity position, the company is poised to capitalize on the opportunities afforded to it by the expansive scope of its collaborative ventures. Current and potential investors are hopeful that management will continue to leverage the resources at their disposal to facilitate significant and sustained increases in shareholder value.

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