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Robinhood's High-Profile Public Debut Ends Up Muted

Shares in the stock trading app popular among retail investors began publicly trading on Thursday at $38 apiece, the low end of its range. By the time the markets closed for the day, the share price had fallen 8 percent. This comes on the heels of Robinhood acknowledging regulators were looking into the company after CEO Vlad Tenev failed to register with FINRA, a financial regulatory body. Take a look at Robinhood's IPO, along with its future.

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