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The recently listed chip design stock lost 2.3% during Friday's trading session after Susquehanna initiated a neutral rating on the company in a Friday note. Shares popped nearly 25% during its Nasdaq debut on Sept. 14 but are now trading just above the stock's $51 initial public offering price.


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