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Fintech Lender Affirm IPO Nearly Doubles on Its First Day of Trading – Motley Fool

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The writing was on the wall when Affirm(NASDAQ:AFRM) announced the terms of its public debut. While the company may not be a household name, it’s the brainchild of Max Levchin, one of the co-founders of payment processing kingpin PayPal(NASDAQ:PYPL). The online lender provides financing and installment loans for customers on e-commerce sites.
After initially planning to price its shares between $33 and $38, strong investor interest pushed that range higher to $41 to $44 per share. On the eve of…

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