Newark, N.J. Anyone wanting to invest in the company that owns Snapchat now has an opportunity to do something that early investors were unable to do: buy shares for less than they cost on the first day of trading three days ago.
After tumbling 12 percent Monday, shares of Snap Inc. fell another 8 percent in early trading Tuesday, to $21.91.
Snap priced its initial public offering of 200 million shares at $17 each. Shares opened at $24 apiece Thursday and jumped 44 percent on its fir
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