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Twitter’s stock price hits all-time low

Social media microblogging platform has struggled to monetize its value

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Takeaways:

  • Twitter’s stock hit an all-time low of $26.27.
  • Its all-time high was just over $70, which it hit two months after going public.
  • Some market experts believe this lower price might make Twitter an attractive acquisition prospect for a bigger tech company — Google or Facebook, most likely.

Although Twitter remains one of the planet’s most popular social networks, the company has struggled to capitalize on its inherent value. Case in point: Twitter hit its all-time stock high of just over $70 shortly after it went public in 2013; today its price is clocked at $26.27.

Some market experts believe this lower price might make Twitter an attractive acquisition prospect for a bigger tech company — Google or Facebook, most likely.┬áBut many analysts say that the company’s value will have to fall by another $10 billion or so before either company shows serious interest.

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