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News sentiment analysis of Snap Inc. (SNAP), Apr 01 – May 01, 2018


This dashboard allows a quick view on company level in meaner of news sentiment score and returns. In this example, we analyze News sentiment analysis of Snap Inc. (SNAP), Apr 01- May 01, 2018, Overall the company got news sentiment score of 0.34 and -2.28% return for the period. The company is found in bearish territory, as only bearish news was published during the past month.

At first, the company dive in today trading after fell short of Wall Street forecasts for revenue and regular users on Tuesday after a redesign of its Snapchat messaging app turned off some long-time fans and advertisers, sending its shares tumbling 18 percent on Wednesday. secondly, the company announced on Apr 25 that it’s testing yet another redesign which increases the bearish trend for the company.and finally, on Apr 14, Snapchat’s stock has tumbled after pop star Rihanna criticized the app for an ad that appeared to mock a domestic abuse incident between her and her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

During the last month, Snap is found in a bearish territory with max news sentiment score of 0.34, which is lower than the breakeven point of 0.5 (above 0.5 we consider as a bullish territory. Moreover, the latest news sentiment score is 0.30 which is still on the bearish side.Looking on today trade just confirm what the news sentiment score indicate two weeks ago.

Looking at a broader perspective on the company vs the industry, we can see that Snap(SNAP) is found on the lower end of the industry in meaner of news sentiment score and returns. In addition, the industry got 0.58 news sentiment score and 3.17 return during the past month.

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