The logo of Snap Inc. on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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The stock of Snapchat's parent company has been on a roller-coaster ride since its market debut last week, surging more than 70 percent from the initial public offering price in the first two days of trading and plunging back down by a quarter since.The day after, on the first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange, the stock popped as high as $26.05 .Trading activity on Robinhood jumped by 50 percent on the day of Snap's debut, with more than 40 percent of those who traded that day buying Snap shares.Markley said she bought some shares in Snap on the first day of trading and some more on the second day, when the stock hit the highest level of its short lifetime.
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