Shares in tycoon Slim's retailer rise in market debut
MEXICO CITY Feb 8 (Reuters) - Shares in Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim's retailer Sanborns rose sharply on Friday in their market debut after pricing at the low end of expectations.
Sanborn's shares on the Mexican exchange rose as much as 3.6 percent to 29 pesos ($2.28)from the 28 peso-per-share offering on Thursday.
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