It’s snowing on the NYSE and raining frogs on the Nasdaq

Newly public software companies are enjoying a good first day on Wall Street.

On the New York Stock Exchange, cloud-storage startup Snowflake roared out of the gate at $245 a share, more than double its IPO price of $120. The Silicon Valley firm, which provides data warehousing and analytic services, was buoyed by extra buzz this month when it said in a filing that Marc Benioff’s Salesforce Ventures and Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway were each purchasing $250 million worth of…

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