NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of Facebook (FB.O), the No. 1 social network, fell to an all-time low of $25.75 on Tuesday, well below the company’s highly anticipated market debut at $38 on May 18.
Facebook shares lost 3.8 percent on Tuesday to $25.87, a 32 percent drop from the $38 a share IPO price.
The eight-year-old company has shed more than $33 billion in value - several billion more than the market capitalization of Morgan Stanley (MS.N), the lead underwriter of Facebook’s IPO.
Here’s a look at Facebook by the numbers:
* Amount of personal wealth lost by founder Mark Zuckerberg, since May 18 IPO: About $6 billion
* Average daily volume (including first day): 114.48 million shares daily
* First day volume: 580.6 million shares
* Percentage change from first-day share peak: 42.5 percent (as of Tuesday close)
* Shares outstanding: 2.741 billion, which means:
* Value at issue price of $38: $104.16 billion
* Value at current $25.87 price: $70.91 billion
* Market cap loss: $33.25 billion
* Current market cap of Time Warner: $32.68 billion
Edited by David Gaffen and Kenneth Barry