Airbnb, a travel rental platform, plans to publish its IPO next week and is expected to list on NASDAQ in December, two people familiar with the matter said today. It was previously reported that airbnb secretly submitted the draft IPO registration to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in August this year. At the time, airbnb did not give a timetable for completing the IPO. < p > < p > airbnb’s IPO will become one of the largest stock listing activities this year. Analysts said the IPO offer will give the outside world an opportunity to learn more about airbnb’s business for the first time, especially after the outbreak of the new coronavirus. According to people familiar with the matter, airbnb plans to determine the IPO price range in December and launch a roadshow for investors, depending on market conditions. Last month, it was reported that airbnb aims to raise about $3 billion through the IPO and seek a valuation of more than $30 billion. < / P > < p > according to the data, the IPO size of airbnb will rank third on Nasdaq, after Facebook’s $16 billion in 2012 and Yizi International’s $8.68 billion in 2001. < / P > < p > in a round of private financing in 2017, airbnb was once valued at $31 billion. But airbnb’s valuation fell to about $18bn in debt and equity securities financing in April. Recently, airbnb conducted an independent assessment of the fair market value of its shares, setting the valuation at about $21 billion. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park