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All -- here at the NASDAQ for Facebook's first day of trading.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg -- the opening bell remotely from FaceBook headquarters in Menlo park California.
Late Thursday the social networking site priced shares at 38 dollars a piece that was a high end of the price range which had been bumped up earlier this week.
More than 421 million shares were sold raising at least sixteen billion dollars.
But that number could rise to more than eighteen billion thanks to extra shares at -- side.
That makes it the biggest tech IPO in US history and the second largest IPO ever behind visa.
In total FaceBook is now valued at a 104 billion dollars shares now trading under ticker symbol -- It was a rough morning for overseas markets as concerns about the health Spanish banks added -- existing worries about Greece.
Asian markets fell sharply Japan's Nikkei in South Korea's kospi.
Were down three or more percent.
You -- Moody's downgrading Spanish banks Moody's citing renewed recession concerns.
Reduced sovereign credit worthiness deteriorating assets and restricted market funding access.
And at that that's that's at Fitch cut -- rating Hungary's.
There isn't -- jumping this after the clothing retailer raised its guidance for the year gap also reported -- first quarter profit better than expected.
The company says sales at stores open at least one year rose 4% from last year.
Fun Facebook's first day of trading on on foxbusiness.com.
In New York -- -- it.
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