Fitbit goes public: 4 things to know

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Fitbit, developer of one of the most popular wearables, has gone public today, and the company joins the top 10 market debuts this year, according to CNBC report.

Here are four things to know about the company and its initial public offering.

1. The company's shares opened on the New York Stock Exchange at $30.40, 52 percent higher than their IPO price, according to the report.

2. Approximately 37 million Fitbit shares traded by 11:15 am EDT today.

3. Fitbit is valued at approximately $4.1 billion.

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