American corporation Uber Technology has received from Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs banks a proposal to organize an initial public offering of its shares, Dow Jones reports, citing informed sources. Banks calculated that the cost of Uber could reach $120 billion, which is almost 2 times higher than the cost during the previous fundraising in August, and also exceeds the total cost of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler. The Uber IPO, which is one of the most anticipated on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley, is expected to take place in early 2019.
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