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How much can you remember from the last seven days in financial services?
Twitter has reported a net loss of $645m (£396m) for 2013, just three months after its flotation on the New York Stock Exchange.
Twitter shares have dropped below $40 on Monday for the first time since they were listed listed last week, as investors began to take profits.
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Social media giant Twitter has filed preparatory documents to the US regulatory for an initial public offering (IPO).
Aviva has launched a platform to help advisers use Facebook and other social media to grow and re-engage their client bank.
Steve Bee's J&rgonFree has collaborated with business consultant Cobia to launch an online service to help advisers benefit from social and digital media.