Now trading on the NYSE under the symbol JMEI, Jumei International saw its IPO raise $245.1 million, after pricing at $22, above its estimated price range of $19.50 to $21.50. Also, it offered 11.1 million shares, a 1.6 million boost from its planned offering. The stock opened the day at $27.25, a 24% leap upward, but finished its debut at $24.18, up only 9.91%. Jumei is an online cosmetic retailer, selling brands such as Dior and Lancome, offering special deals and flash sales. Sequoia Capital held an 18.7% pre-IPO stake, with K2 Partners at 10.3%.