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  • Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund PIF may participate in Ant Group’s dual IPO, according to sources for South China Morning Post; Ant Group approached PIF about participating in the deal; it’s unknown how much they could invest; Ant Group is reportedly aiming to raise as much as $30B - Link

  • India-based food delivery firm Zomato is planning to go public in 2021, having just raised $160M on a $3.3B valuation from Tiger Global Management and Temasek; CEO Deepinder Goyal has reportedly emailed employees, outlining a plan to IPO in the first half of next year; Goyal says the firm will also look at M&A deals - Link

  • Proptech firm Opendoor is set to go public via a reverse merger with SPAC business Social Capital II, according to Bloomberg sources; the combined company is expected to have a valuation of ~$5B; an official announcement is anticipated in the coming weeks - Link

  • French-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi announces a deal to take France-based telco Altice Europe private; Drahi, who co-founded the company and holds a 32 percent stake, will offer shareholders €4.11 (~$4.90) per share, valuing the company at ~$5.8B; Altice Europe’s stock price has fallen 42.2 percent this year - Link

  • All-In Podcast E7

    Jason speaks with Chamath Palihapitiya, David Sacks, and David Friedberg about whether CA is collapsing and whether its one-party system has failed, AB-5 and freelancer rights, how AB-5 could impact Uber and Lyft's long-term profitability and whether franchising could solve the problem, tactical steps to stop deadly policing, the most important economic event of the past decade, more - Link