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Google Shares Down A Bit In Second Stock Offering

The stock ended the day at $302.62 a share, down 38 cents, or 0.13 percent.

Google Inc. stock finished nearly flat on Thursday, the same day the search engine giant launched its second stock offering since its initial public offering a year ago.

The Mountain View, Calif., stock ended the day at $302.62 a share, down 38 cents, or 0.13 percent, on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange. The company on Wednesday made nearly 14.2 million shares available in the second offering, setting the price at $295 a share.

Goggle launched its IPO in August 2004 with 19.6 million shares, which were priced at $85 a share. The second offering was expected to raise at least $4.18 billion

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