What a day.
It was standing room only as Uber Technologies (UBER) debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Friday, after raising just over $8 billion from its much-anticipated initial public offering that values the ride-sharing group at $82.4 billion, against a volatile market backdrop and ongoing controversy over its business practices.
Uber Technologies's biggest bull said the ride-sharing service has a much more dynamic business than rival Lyft (LYFT) .
Uber's first trade was at $42 a share, below its offer price of $45.
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