Snapchat parent's stock plummets after Kylie Jenner tweet


These wins and losses have continuously been traced back to Kylie Jenner as they both coincide with a tweet that Jenner sent out in regard to the new Snapchat update.

Like everyone else with a smartphone, Kylie is not loving the drastic new Snapchat update. Kylie also shares a clothing line with her sister Kendall Jenner and has her own app which was downloaded 1.5 million times within five days of its launch in 2015. Or is it just me... Snapchat plummeted as much as 8.5 percent in the following hours.

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In his subsequent White House meeting Thursday with state and local officials to discuss schoool safety, Trump expanded on that. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump hosted students and parents at the White House for a raw, televised listening session.

Snapchat's parent company lost some US$1.3 billion (RM5.09 billion) in market value on Thursday after reality star Kylie Jenner's tweeted that she was no longer using the messaging service.

Snapchat is facing intense competition from Facebook's Instagram - especially for celebrity users - and Ms Jenner's attack comes at a time when investors are already anxious.

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And with Mike Perry opening the card against Max "Pain" Griffin, you could expect the violence to come early and often. With the one recorded knockdown in the fight, Stephens ties Anderson SIlva's UFC record of 18 career knockdowns.

TMZ reports the colossal leap at the close of the market on Friday as Facebook rose from $519.97 billion on 22 February to $532.86 billion the following day. Value then went up just a bit to $21.41 billion the day after that. That is a massive $13 billion increase.

The fateful message posted American model Kylie Jenner.

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The bank and vehicle rental company were used by the NRA to promote its membership through discounts and bonus deals. The NRA, like the AARP or AAA, promotes discounts in order to entice potential members to join .