Alibaba Surges in Largest U.S. IPO Debut

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. surged in its U.S. trading debut, after the company raised a record-breaking $21.8 billion in an initial public offering on Sept. 19. The Chinese company's shares rose 38 percent to $93.89 after the IPO was priced at $68. The IPO would later become biggest ever at $25 billion, after the company’s bankers exercised an option to boost the deal size by 15 percent.

UPDATED SEPT. 22, 2014

Largest IPOs in the U.S. and How They Performed Day One

Source: Bloomberg data

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