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Snap rockets above $15 (SNAP)

Snap shares are skyrocketing on Thursday, trading up 5.86% at $15.35 a piece, despite a lack of news from the company. Investors maybe responding to comments made by Disney CEO Bob Iger at a Bank of America Merrill Lynch conference on Thursday. Iger said that recent merger and acquisition activity would continue for Disney. Investors have cited Disney as one potential home for social media rival Twitter.
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