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Snap Inc.'s stock market debut last week has been celebrated as a success in the tech world as the share price surged the first two days on the market. But that optimism doesn't necessarily extend to Wall Street, where analysts remain doubtful of the company's current value.

Shares of Snap opened at $28.17 on Monday morning, up about 4% from their price at the close of markets Friday and up 66% from the $17 price paid by investors in Snap's IPO last week. But they fell just below $24 -- Sn

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