SpaceX Considering New Tender Offer, Potentially Valuing the Company at $200 Billion

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  • SpaceX is reportedly considering a new tender offer for its shares that could value the private company at approximately $200 billion.
  • The offer is expected to begin in June and would allow employees and investors to sell their shares at a price between $108 to $110 each, according to sources familiar with the discussions.
  • If realized, this valuation would position SpaceX among the largest publicly traded companies globally by market capitalization.

 

SpaceX is reportedly considering a new tender offer for its shares that could value the private company at approximately $200 billion. The potential tender offer, expected to begin in June, would allow employees and investors to sell their shares at a price between $108 to $110 each, according to sources familiar with the conversations.

Elon Musk, SpaceX’s CEO, discussed the company’s approach to liquidity on X. In reference to the company’s recurrent tender offers, he stated, “We do liquidity rounds for employees and investors every ~6 months.” He emphasized that SpaceX does not require additional capital and will buy back shares.

The potential $200 billion valuation is an increase from the company’s last valuation of $180 billion during a previous tender offer. It should be noted that SpaceX is already positioned among the largest publicly traded companies in the world by market capitalization.

Details are still being finalized, and the actual size of the offer may vary based on interest from sellers and buyers. SpaceX representatives have not yet provided any official comment on the matter.

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