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Why it was one to watch: Snowflake's IPO was the most highly anticipated of all the enterprise software stocks going public in September. The company's revenues are growing quickly and investor demand appears high, reflected in Snowflake's raising its pricing range for the IPO. Whether it can maintain its higher pricing level will be a test for the stock.  

IPO Debut: The IPO was priced at $120 a share on Sept. 15. It started trading Sept. 16, opening at $245 and gaining 112% over its IPO price on its first day.

Type: IPO

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