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    Shares of Fitbit (FIT)  are continuing to gain, up 16.31% to $37.80 in early market trading Monday, following its initial public offering debut on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange last week. The wearable device maker has risen more than 52% since it first started trading last Thursday, according to Yahoo!

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    Small investors looking for a slice of young companies can for the first time begin buying stock at a start-up's earliest stages under a new provision of the JOBS Act that took effect on Friday. The latest element of the 2012 law, designed to expand small businesses' access to capital, sets the stage for so-called "mini-IPOs."

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     . As its negotiations with the EU drag on, Greece actually gets compliments for its spending from another organization, and Bill Clinton appears alongside royalty at a conference in London. Here's a rundown of the top events you'll want to know about for the next week: 1. -- Greece and its debt problems will be the subject of yet another meeting of EU leaders in Brussels on Monday, June 21.

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    Shares of Fogo de Chao  continued their move higher on Friday after the Brazilian steakhouse's bankers priced its IPO shares above their initial range on the Nasdaq. Fogo's CEO Larry Johnson said the company will use the proceeds from the IPO to pay down debt while at the same time refinancing existing debt.

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    Small investors looking for a slice of young companies can for the first time begin buying stock at a start-up's earliest stages under a new provision of the JOBS Act that took effect on Friday. The latest element of the 2012 law, designed to expand small businesses' access to capital, sets the stage for so-called "mini-IPOs."

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    Mindbody (MB) shares closed down 17.43% to $11.56 on their first day of trading today on the Nasdaq.The business software provider for the beauty and fitness industry priced its initial offering of 7.15 million share at $14 per share for proceeds of $100.1 million.The San Luis Obispo, CA-based company also developed an app that allows users to find fitness and wellness classes and services in their ...

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    Shares of Fogo de Chao (FOGO) are soaring 30% to $26 in its market debut today on the New York Stock Exchange after its IPO.Fogo de Chao (FOGO) is a Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized for over 35 years in fire-roasting high-quality meats using the Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco.Fogo, the fourth restaurant group to go public on a U.S. exchange this year, priced its...

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    Wall Street loves meat this year. Fogo de Chao (FOGO), the Brazilian steakhouse chain, debuted Friday morning to salivating investors under the ticker "FOGO." It priced its IPO at $20 Thursday night -- well above its expected price range -- and the stock jumped almost 29% Friday, ending the day at $25.75 a share.

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    Shares of Brazilian steakhouse chain Fogo de Chao (FOGO) surged about 25% Friday on their first day of trade, after the company priced its initial public offering two dollars above their expected range. The company sold 4.4 million shares at $20 a pop to raise $88 million. Morgan were lead bookrunners, with Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Piper Jaffray, Wells Fargo and Macquarie Capital acting as co-managers.

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    Shares of Fitbit Inc. (FIT), which soared more than 50% on its debut Thursday, jumped 11% on Friday. The maker of wearable fitness-tracking devices priced its initial public offering at $20 a share to raise $732 million, giving it a valuation of about $4.1 billion. Fitbit (FIT) stock surged $3.31 to $32.99 as of midmorning.

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    Shares of Fitbit (FIT) were spiking, sharply up 9.8% to $32.59 in late morning trading Friday, after the wearable fitness tracker maker made its debut on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. San Francisco-based Fitbit (FIT) priced its initial public offering at $20 per share, above early expectations.

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    China's benchmark share indexes fell on Friday, taking losses since their early-June peak to more than 10 percent and putting the market into correction territory. The Shanghai Composite Index and the CSI300 both slumped over 2 percent on Friday morning as investors sold shares in panic amid fears of government crackdowns on illegal margin financing and a new wave of initial public offerings.

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    Fogo De Chao Inc priced its initial public offering at $20 per share, valuing the restaurant chain operator at $545 million. The Brazilian steak house chain's IPO raised $88.2 million after its initial public offering of more than 4.4 million shares was priced above the expected price range of $16-$18 per share.

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    Fogo de Chao priced its initial public offering above its expected range, according to a Wall Street Journal report late Thursday. The Brazilian steakhouse chain has priced the offering at $20 a share, above the company's previous expectation of $16 to $18 and giving it an implied valuation of $545 million, according to the Journal. Fogo de Chao is the fourth restaurant group to go public on a U.S. exchange this year, according to Dealogic.

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    Univar (UNVR), the global chemicals distributor backed by private equity, began trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange after increasing the size of its anticipated initial public offering, with insiders boosting the size of the offering,and pricing the shares at the top of the expected range.

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    U.S. stocks are soaring on Thursday, as investors are apparently caring less about Greece and more about the Federal Reserve. Brown pointed out that growth assets, such as the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM), biotech stocks and the Nasdaq 100, are powering higher. The U.S. dollar dove to a one-month low, as investors took the Fed's statement as a dovish sign.

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    Just as Kleenex has become a generic term for face tissue and Google for online search, Fitbit (FIT) is fast becoming a byword for wearable fitness gear. Quite a feat, considering the eight-year-old company's colorful wristbands and clippable widgets jostle in a crowded market with devices made by the likes of Apple Inc (AAPL) and China's Xiaomi.

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    Brazilian steakhouse chain is listing on Nasdaq under' FOGO'. Brazilian steakhouse chain Fogo de Chao is expected to price its initial public offering late Thursday, making it the fourth restaurant group to go public on a U.S. exchange this year, according to Dealogic. Fogo de Chao--the name means "Fire pit" in Portuguese--is planning to sell 4.1 million shares at $16 to $18 a pop, to raise about $70 million at the midpoint of the range.