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Zillow Climbs Off Lows But Continues To See Notable Weakness

After gapping open sharply lower, shares of Zillow Group (ZG) have climbed off their worst levels but continue to see notable weakness in afternoon trading on Friday. Zillow is currently down by 5.4 percent.

The initial sell-off by Zillow came after the real estate website operator reported fourth quarter adjusted earnings that met estimates but provided disappointing revenue guidance for the current quarter.

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