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Can Uber's IPO recover?


Uber went public Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "UBER." The big day kicked off with the traditional bell-ringing ceremony on Friday morning on the NYSE balcony. This is the biggest tech IPO since Facebook in 2012. The company had the worst IPO in US Stock exchange history. Uber opened at $42 on Friday morning, below its IPO price of $45. It's now trading $41.57.

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