The e-signature technology provider's shares have risen almost 50% since it floated on Friday, illustrating that IPOs are back with a bang for tech companies.

US-based digital signature technology provider DocuSign floated last week in a $629m initial public offering having raised $525m in funding from an investor base containing several corporates, in yet another sign the IPO market is up and running again. DocuSign went public on Friday, raising $466m while its shareholders divested a further $164m of shares.…

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