Facebook announced its stock price on Thursday with rates between $ 28 and $ 35 per share. With a total of 337,415,352 shares set to hit the marketplace, the social network is on track to become the most valuable U.S. Internet company when it goes public.
Where does this pricing fall in the scheme of other Internet and tech companies? How do these shares compare with the capital raised? While Facebook may be the most valuable, its stock price is far from the top of the heap.
Our friends at Statista have broken down the share prices in context, along with some data that details which investors stand to see a windfall when Facebook hits the market. Check out the charts below.
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