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Finance Watch: NGM Bio Is Second NASH IPO In Two Weeks

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Public Company Edition: NGM went public a week after Genfit, but endured a rockier start, trading below its IPO price. Also, Blueprint, Tricida and Sangamo launch large offerings after positive clinical and regulatory updates.

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