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May 5, 2008 1:58 PM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
When the trading session ended today, Yahoo's stock was down 15 percent -- a less severe loss than some analysts were expecting. Shares recovered during the day and finished at $24.37, down $4.30 on the first trading day since Microsoft withdrew its acquisition proposal.
Microsoft, meanwhile, made gains early in the day, but finished in the red, down 16 cents to $29.08. Several analysts chimed in on the deal this morning. See this post for details.
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