OSLO, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Norwegian robotics firm AutoStore (AUTO.OL) said
on Wednesday it had priced its initial public offering (IPO) at 31 Norwegian
crowns per share, the top of its target range, valuing the company at 103.5
billion crowns ($12.4 billion).
SoftBank-backed (9984.T). AutoStore will be Norway’s most valuable new
listing for two decades when it goes public on Euronext’s Oslo Stock Exchange
later on Wednesday.