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HCA Holdings

Share price change in first five days of trading: 4.2 percent

HCA Holdings, America’s largest for-profit hospital chain, sold more shares than planned during its March 2011 IPO. The Tennessee-based firm sold 126.2 million shares for US$30 each, raising around US$3.79bn. Shares in the firm increased 4.2 percent during the first five days of trading, according to Bloomberg data.

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