Facebook's (FB) battered shares could come under further pressure on Thursday when the first...

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Facebook's (FB) battered shares could come under further pressure on Thursday when the first wave of lock-us end and over 200M shares will be freed up for trading. The total for the next 9 months is 1.91B, almost quadruple the less-than 500M currently available. Investors who will be able to sell their stock this week include Microsoft (MSFT) which doesn't plan to offload its stake, Goldman Sachs (GS) and Accel.