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Just noticed a 'hot search' popup in my tool bar for 'nyse:twtr', I thought that's ineresting and went to check it out.


Have stocks finally given up? Surely this stock was worth 17.8% more yuesterday or was everyone deluded?

Could london property play out the same, but over a timescale of months rather than hours?

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Did twitter send you a twit about its stock price crashing? It has uses then.

Yesterday the remaining 85% of twitter stock - owned by staffers - came available to sell... about 450 million shares. Of those 450 million shares about half said that they would not sell - i.e. senior twitter management. Of the remaining 225 million or so shares about 135 million were sold and the price plunged about 17%.

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