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Twitter is making 'solid steps down road to recovery' after first-ever profit

Shares of Twitter exploded more than 21% last week after the company announced its first-ever profit during its earnings release. Wall Street remains bearish on the stock, but at least one analyst says it's showing signs of recovery. On Thursday, Twitter reported its first-ever profit in more than four years as a public company. Shares of the troubled social network exploded on the news, as investors found new confidence in the company's ability to rebrand itself and continue to grow.
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