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By , ITworld |  Networking, Apple, Nokia

The corporate logo for Zynga is seen on a screen at the Nasdaq Market Site in New York, December 16, 2011. Zynga Inc's started trading on Nasdaq on Friday, less than five years after the company was founded and rose to prominence with games that were easy to play on Facebook such as "CityVille" and "FarmVille."

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Zynga stumbles in Wall Street debut

Zynga went public to much fanfare on Friday, and early results show something quite surprising: Investors aren't really buying into the Zynga story.

The social gaming company on Thursday priced the 100 million shares being offered at $10. After jumping out of the box to reach 11.50 shortly after shares (NASDAQ: ZNGA) began trading at 11 a.m., Zynga's stock fell to as low as 9.48, or 5.2% below the offer price.

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