The social network's entry into the stock market is off to a disastrous start, and as the dust settles, it's clear some players made out worse than others.
These days, investors want safe assets -- not risky tech IPOs.
Did institutional investors get warned about the company's prospects in the days leading up to the IPO?
There's plenty of blame to spread around.
It depends on a couple of trends, only one of which FB can control. Meanwhile, shares are still falling.
Avon is downgraded to 'sell' at UBS, and financials are downgraded at JMP Securities.
The complaints started rolling in soon after trading began.
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