Here's what every major analyst had to say about Facebook's disappointing earnings report

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg walks to meetings for technology regulations and social media issues on September 19, 2019, in Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.
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The Facebook earnings report wasn't quite what Wall Street analysts had hoped for.

Many analysts cited slower growth in certain markets as well as increasing regulation for the less-than-stellar report. Others said they still liked the stock but want more information from the company. Facebook also reported a 51% increase in expenses, sending the stock into a tailspin.

Shares of the company plunged more than 6% Thursday.

Here's what else analysts say about Facebook's earnings report:

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