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Meme stocks hit a wall on Thursday with GameStop, AMC and Clover down big

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The meme stock mania sparked by the day trading Reddit crowd fizzled out a bit on Thursday.

It’s easy for many speculative names favored by retail investors like AMC Entertainment and GameStop to come as they suffered double-digit losses on Thursday and pulled back from their recent explosive rallies. The video game retailer even lost 27.2% after hiring two high profile executives at Amazon. The movie theater chain fell 13.2% on Thursday and turned negative over the course of the week.

Another glowing meme stock, Clover Health, which was the focus of the WallStreetBets messageboard this week, retreated 15.3% on Thursday. Clean Energy Fuels, which rose more than 31% on Wednesday, fell 15.6%.

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On Thursday, GameStop investors appeared to be running for the exits after the company said it had named former Amazon executive Matt Furlong as its new CEO. It also selected another Amazon veteran, Mike Recupero, to be its chief financial officer. Meanwhile, the company’s first quarter results showed revenue up 25% and a loss less than a year ago.

The decline in stocks came when GameStop also said it could sell up to 5 million shares. Additional shares dilute the value of the shares of the existing shareholders. However, the stock is still more than 1,000% up on the previous year.

AMC is down for the second straight day after rising 83% last week. The cinema chain, on the verge of bankruptcy not so long ago, sold 20 million shares in two separate transactions amid the rally last week, generating around $ 800 million in capital.

– CNBC’s Nate Rattner contributed to the coverage.

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