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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
March 26- Cloud-based payroll processor TriNet Group Inc said it priced its initial public offering at $16 per share, valuing the company at about $1.09 billion.
Paychex and Citigroup are in the news after the bell Wednesday
With the Fed's policy-setting meeting in the rear-view mirror, the coming week should have Wall Street switching its focus to U.S. and global data.
*Shares open at $31, above IPO price of $17. Paylocity's shares opened at a high of $31, valuing the company at about $1.55 billion. The Illinois- based company raised about $120 million after its initial public offering was priced at $17 per share, slightly above the expected pricing range.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
The Fed's surprise decision to slow down its bond buying program was greeted by markets as a sign the economy is improving, a longer term bearish omen for bonds but a positive for stocks for now.
It should be a slightly more hawkish Ben Bernanke presiding over his final meeting, even though many Fed watchers say odds are against a taper.
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