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What analysts are saying about Snap's disappointing second quarter (SNAP)

Snap Inc. failed to meet Wall Street's expectations for its second quarter as a public company on Thursday, sending its already-battered stock diving to an all-time low. The number of daily Snapchat users increased by 7 million from the first quarter, but analysts were expecting that number to go up by 10 million. Snap also fell short of the Street's revenue expectations by reporting $181.
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