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Blue Apron’s Stock Market Debut Was Pretty Depressing

The meal kit juggernaut’s first day on Wall Street ended with more of a whimper than a bang After many long months of anticipation, Blue Apron began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today, making it the first meal kit company to go public. But despite high hopes on Wall Street, the first-day performance for APRN was pretty lackluster: After debuting at $10.00 — about a third lower than originally expected — shares closed out the day at $10.
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