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Uber Has Price Its IPO At $45 Per Share


Business Insider reports Uber priced its IPO at $45 per share on Thursday. The company previously set the range for its IPO at $44 to $50 in earlier financial documents. CNBC says the price would give Uber a valuation of $82 billion. The company will start trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "UBER". The ride-hailing company is set to be the largest IPO of 2019.

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