True morning chums, and welcome support to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a transient-form audio hit to kickstart your week. Traditional Equity episodes quiet fall Friday morning, so must you’ve listened to the mark over time don’t fear — we’re no longer altering what we’ve continuously executed. (Here’s final week’s episode with Danny Crichton, wherein we talked about Kleiner Perkins, accomplishing capital tempo and more.)
This morning we opened with the most fresh from China, particularly its stock market selloff that regarded a cramped bit scary from this facet of the ocean. Alternatively, world markets had largely absorbed the info stemming from the coronavirus over the final few days, meaning that what came about to China’s shares isn’t replicating itself this morning. U.S. futures are up as I write to you this morning.
And since we final spoke, shares of One Medical managed to like a impartial correct attempting first day, taking pictures bigger despite a cramped bit of lackluster IPO pricing. As we wrote final week, the end result is correct data for various tech-enabled companies taking a impress to trip public.
Bitcoin moreover had an limitless January, and we’re seeing payments consolidation in Europe. No, fintech isn’t very nice looking. Nevertheless, certain, fintech likely matters rather plenty. Mediate your self caught up.
Transferring alongside this morning, we chatted about two various early-stage rounds:
Every match inner the vertical SaaS theme that we’ve seen elevate so powerful capital over the past few years.
At final, WeWork has a brand original CEO it appears to be like, and the rent appears to be like to be to be like each brilliant and ragged (two traits that WeWork sorely wanted sooner than). Better leisurely than never, and a very good deal of others.
Purchased all that? True. Equity is support Friday morning with all the most fresh, including no topic happens to Casper’s impending IPO.