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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Lyft Inc’s stock sank further below its IPO price on Tuesday after receiving its first negative review from an analyst who is skeptical that consumers will give up car ownership in favor of relying on ride-hailing services. Shares of the money-losing San Francisco company fell as much as 4.2 percent to $66.10 on Tuesday, their second straight session of losses after a hotly anticipated $72 initial public offer on Friday. The stock was down 2.3 percent at $67.41 early on Tuesday afternoon on the Nasdaq cufflinks on sale.

The stock’s weak performance could make investors more cautious about a string of expected public listings from Silicon Valley unicorns, including Uber Technologies Inc and Pinterest, which are also unprofitable. Seaport Global initiated coverage of Lyft with a “sell” rating and a $42 price target, with analyst Michael Ward calling the stock’s current valuation a “leap of faith” that consumers will forego owning cars in favor of using ride-hailing services cufflinks on sale. “Despite the optics of vehicles being an underutilized asset, we believe people will continue to own their own vehicles as primary transportation and instead rely on the ridesharing services as a convenient supplement,” Ward wrote in a client note..

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BEIJING (Reuters) – Apple and luxury labels such as Gucci have lowered their prices in China after a cut in its value-added tax (VAT) rate came into effect from April 1. Beijing said last month that it would cut taxes and fees for all companies by nearly 2 trillion yuan in 2019, with the manufacturing, transportation and construction sectors set to benefit as it looks to stimulate a slowing economy cufflinks on sale. Price tags for products listed on Apple’s China website were lowered on Monday, including a discount of up to 500 yuan ($74.44) for some of its latest iPhone models..