(Bloomberg) -- The new companies created with the split of Hewlett-Packard Co. rose early Monday in their inaugural trading day, a promising start as they embark on their separate ways.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., which sells servers, storage devices and services, climbed 2.4 percent to $15.07 at 9:55 a.m. in New York. That gave it a market capitalization of about $28 billion. HP Inc., which sells printers and computers, climbed 9.8 percent to $13.44, leaving it with a market value of about $25 billion.

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