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Are the Wheels Falling Off for Peloton?

After a year of explosive growth, the company is beginning to slow down

25%: The percentage fall in Peloton’s share price year-to-date, not accounting for the further losses that occurred after the company’s recent Q4 report, which failed to meet expectations.




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