In the first few hours of trading on the NYSE as $SQ, however, things appeared to be looking up for Square as it opened at $11.20/share, and most recently in the day, shares climbed 51 percent to above $13.
Square is certainly not at the expectations Jack Dorsey and his investors would have hoped for its public debut, but the day is young and so is Square’s spot in the publicly traded word. To get an insider’s perspective about what its somewhat rocky IPO debut means for this mobile payments FinTech un...
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