MILWAUKEE — Roundy’s here saw its stock rise about 6% in its first day of trading Wednesday after it opened at a lower price than had been anticipated. The company, which operates the Pic ’n Save, Copps, Metro Market, Rainbow and Mariano’s Fresh Market banners in the Midwest, saw its stock open at $8.50 per share and rise to $9 by the closing bell. It trades under the symbol RNDY on the New York Stock Exchange. As previously reported, the stock had been expected ...

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