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A look at how some IPO stocks have fared
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Facebook filed paperwork Wednesday for an initial public offering of stock. Its public debut will be the most anticipated tech IPO since Google went public in August 2004.
Below is a look at how the stocks of some recently public companies are faring. The companies are all loosely Internet-related, though their businesses vary widely.
_ Zynga Inc., developer of online games, first day of trading on Dec. 16, 2011
Pricing: $10 per share
First-day close: $9.50, down 5 percent from IPO price
Wednesday’s close: $10.60, up 6 percent from IPO price
Trading range since IPO: $7.97 to $11.50
_ Jive Software Inc., creator of tools to run social networks for businesses, first day of trading on Dec. 13
Pricing: $12 per share
First-day close: $15.05, up 25 percent from IPO price
Wednesday’s close: $14.80, up 23 percent from IPO price
Trading range since IPO: $14.18 to $16.86
_ Angie’s List Inc., consumer-reviews site, first day of trading on Nov. 17
Pricing: $13 per share
First-day close: $16.26, up 25 percent from IPO price
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