Arm seeks 'all possible listings', expects LSE, Nasdaq battle

Japan's Softbank originally planned to sell Arm to the US chip giant Nvidia, but finally announced the termination of the transaction on February 8 and changed to prepare for the listing, while Softbank founder, current president, and chairman Sun Sun Righteous individuals are very fond of Nasdaq.

According to Southern Finance and Economics, a spokesperson from Arm headquarters revealed that in fact, the listing plan has not been planned until after the announcement (abandoning the equity sale). So (the listing plan) is still in the early research stage. In response to the rumors of "listing in the United States", he responded that "all options for listing will be considered", which is the first time the company broke the rumors of "single listing in the United States" to the market.

Behind this statement will be fierce competition between the London Stock Exchange and the US Nasdaq Exchange. At present, the British political and financial circles hope to defend their "chip sovereignty" on the issue of Arm's listing.

Arm is currently valued at more than $40 billion in the private market, and the price of the public listing may rise further.

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