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Twitter sentiment can predict IPO performance

A screen displays a Twitter and share price logo as its own stock started trading at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 7, 2013 in New York. Twitter hit Wall Street with a bang on Thursday, as an investor frenzy quickly sent shares surging after the public share offering for the fast-growing social network. In the first exchanges, Twitter vaulted 80.7 percent to $47, a day after the initial public offering (IPO) at $26 per share. While some analysts cautioned about the fast-changing nature of social media, the debut led to a stampede for Twitter shares. AFP PHOTO/EMMANUEL DUNANDEMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images ORG XMIT: 187363780
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