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The so-called "unicorns" that lured big investments and took Silicon Valley by storm are facing a chillier environment as they turn to Wall Street for fresh capital.But some of the most prominent unicorns have stumbled on Wall Street, with investors cautious about their profit potential as well as an uncertain economic outlook.Uber, which was the biggest of the unicorns and had hoped for a valuation of $100 billion, is worth around half that now, and its shares have skidded some 30 percent since its initial public offering in May.Connected fitness equipment-maker Peloton, seeking to ride the unicorn wave, lost 11 percent as it began trade on Wall Street in the past week.
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