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Byline: Melissa Davis
Dec. 31--This year, two Oklahoma companies went public and began trading on the Nasdaq stock index -- just in time for the crash.
Meanwhile, three established public companies went the same direction as the stock market -- straight south -- as they formally relocated their corporate headquarters from Oklahoma to Texas.
Of the five public companies Oklahoma gained and lost in 2000, only two -- both now in Texas -- had a good year on the market.
Noble Affiliates, an energy company that moved from Ardmore to Houston, ended the year at $46 a share, posting a spectacular gain of 115 percent.
Fleming Cos. Inc., a …