The aforementioned LinkedIn is also a star so far. Based on Wednesday's closing price of $77.45, the stock is up 72% since pricing its $353 million offering at $45 per share. The business-oriented social networking company originally expected to come to market in the $34 range, so the underwriters did boost the price in the face of heavy institutional demand, but it seems they still left a hefty amount of money on the table.
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