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Leave it up to Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese firm known for its wacky news videos, to create the only Facebook IPO wrap-up that’s actually worth watching.
Sure, this Facebook wrap-up features a dead-eyed Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull and mowing down investors, but hey, at least they got the numbers right. As a bonus, you can also see Google’s co-founders taking a ride on a space elevator.
Facebook opened up trading at $42 this morning after pricing its stock at $38 last night. The stock didn’t go up much throughout the day, and it slowly fell to just $38.06 by the end of trading today. That didn’t surprise Wall Street analysts, as we’ve reported, but it may have come as a shock to Silicon Valley insiders who expected the stock to blow up today.