FireEye, Rocket Fuel, Splunk weak since secondaries, WSJ says

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A number of technology and health-care stocks that sold shares this year in secondary offerings have collapsed recently, which could further pressure their shares as investors use any rebounds to sell and cut their losses, according to The Wall Street Journal, which listed FireEye (FEYE), Rocket Fuel (FUEL), Splunk (SPLK) and RingCentral (RNG) as examples of stock that have tumbled since their follow-on offerings.

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