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Missed second-quarter earnings expectations and weaker-than-expected user numbers sent Snap Inc. stock tumbling to its lowest price ever since the tech company's March 2 IPO.
Snap reported a net loss of $443 million, or a loss of 36 cents per share. Daily active users grew to 173 million, a 4 percent increase from last quarter, but below the expected 175 million DAUs.
To compound the bad news, Snap CFO Andrew Vollero disclosed in a conference call that Snap’s average…