After initially dropping as much as 4.5% in after-hours trading, Facebook’s stock price jolted back up when executives explained that the changes to the News Feed will likely not have any long-term effects on the company’s guidance for 2018. Its stock was trading up 2.5% from its close at the time of publication.

“News and video will always be an important part of Facebook,” Zuckerberg added on the call.

But there are still rocky roads ahead: Facebook is struggling to find new users as easily as it used to. The social network’s monthly active users rose from 2.07 billion to 2.13 billion quarter-over-quarter—well over half the population of the world’s internet users—but its user growth has slowed on an annual basis. Facebook’s growth on its main site was 14.5% from a year earlier, compared with 16.9% in the same period last year.

The US continues to be Facebook’s main source of revenue, with the gap between Facebook’s home market and others growing. However, daily active users fell in this money-making market.

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