Shares of Yext went as high as $14 or so after the company gave its final pricing at $11 last night — meaning it raised at least $115.5 million in its IPO. Following Okta, and before that Mulesoft and even Snap, Yext seems to have capitalised on the open so-called “IPO window,” with investors and executives looking to cash in on the appetite for new tech IPOs. TechCrunch

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