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From Uber to Lyft: Here's a Look at the Biggest Unicorn IPOs in 2019

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From Uber to Lyft: Here's a Look at the Biggest Unicorn IPOs in 2019

From Uber to Lyft: Here's a Look at the Biggest Unicorn IPOs in 2019

It's a stampede of the unicorns ... 2019 has been a big year of unicorns, or private tech companies with valuations over $1 billion, going public on stock exchanges.

Some of the biggest names that have made the most hype so far this year has been Uber and Lyft .

However, ride-sharing firm, Uber, which went public in May 2019, has been considered the biggest IPO of the year as the company raised $8.1 billion in its long-awaited debut on the New York Stock Exchange.

Uber initially priced its public offering at $45 a share, aimed at a valuation of $82.4 billion, however, the stock opened at $42.

There's still other big tech companies that have either already debuted on the exchange or are expecting to later this the year.

Which companies are those and how has each of them performed at the time of going public?

Watch the video to find out.

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