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The U.S. IPO calendar is heating up for the end of July, with 10 deals setting terms so far this week. The largest deals come from NRG Yield (NYSE:NYLD) [$392 million deal size], a company formed to operate certain infrastructure assets of NRG Energy, one of the largest power generation and retail electricity businesses in the U.S., Graña y Montero (NYSE:GRAM) [$350], the largest engineering and construction company in Peru, and Diamond Resorts International (NYSE:DRII) [$264], a vacation club with more than 490,000 members and 295 destinations. And, after a strong second quarter for biotech IPOs (16 deals; 36% average return), two more, OncoMed Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:OMED) and Conatus Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:CNAT), launched this week.

Other notable deals that set terms this week include RetailMeNot (NASDAQ:SALE), which operates the world's largest digital coupon marketplace, Rexford Industrial Realty (NYSE:REXR), an industrial property REIT in California, and UCP, a California homebuilder. All ten deals are scheduled to price by the end of July.

IPOs setting terms (week of July 8, 2013)
Company (Ticker) Business Deal Size ($mm) LTM Sales ($mm)
NRG Yield Energy infrastructure assets $392 $184
Graña y Montero Peru-based E&C company $350 $2,086
Diamond Resorts Int'l Vacation club $264 $568
Rexford Industrial Realty Industrial properties REIT $224 $35
RetailMeNot Digital coupon marketplace $191 $156
UCP California homebuilder $124 $66
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals Cancer treatment biotech $60 $25
Conatus Pharmaceuticals Liver disease biotech $55 $0
Liquid Holdings Group (LIQD) Financial services software $50 $4
Cellular Dynamics Int'l (NASDAQ:ICEL) Human cell manufacturer $50 $8

Source: July U.S. IPO Calendar Heats Up As 10 Deals Set Terms At Beginning Of Week