FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
209.99
+2.76 (+1.33%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

209.60 -0.39 (-0.19%)
Pre-Market: 6:53AM EDT

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Previous Close207.23
Open204.90
Bid209.60 x 1200
Ask209.85 x 900
Day's Range204.85 - 210.45
52 Week Range149.02 - 210.46
Volume14,294,907
Avg. Volume19,700,830
Market Cap607.843B
Beta0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)34.76
EPS (TTM)6.04
Earnings DateJul 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est229.86
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Fund managers say trade spat is the biggest risk stocks have faced in years
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Fund managers say trade spat is the biggest risk stocks have faced in years

    U.S. stock-market bulls have had plenty of reasons to feel confident in their position of late. The S&P 500 is back at multimonth highs while the Nasdaq has returned to records, an uptrend that has spurred a resurgence in optimistic sentiment.

  • Cambridge Analytica Facebook data was accessed from Russia, says MP leading fake news probe 
    The Telegraph6 hours ago

    Cambridge Analytica Facebook data was accessed from Russia, says MP leading fake news probe 

    Cambridge Analytica Facebook data was accessed from Russia, says MP leading fake news probe 

  • With 20%+ earnings growth baked in, the drama for tech this quarter will be in the forecasts
    MarketWatch10 hours ago

    With 20%+ earnings growth baked in, the drama for tech this quarter will be in the forecasts

    As tech companies continue to dominate Wall Street, with four now standing alone with valuations of more than $800 billion, gigantic growth is priced in and expected. All the drama is in the forecasts.

  • Fortune11 hours ago

    Why AI Needs to Be Audited Before We Have Self-Driving Cars

    Experts discuss AI's impact on humanity during Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference.

  • MarketWatch12 hours ago

    Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data accessed from Russia, says report

    The Facebook Inc. (fb) data set related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal was accessed from Russia, according to a CNN report late Tuesday. Facebook stock was flat in after hours trading. Citing Conservative member of parliament Damian Collins, CNN reported that the Facebook data touching 87 million people was accessed from Russia and other countries.

  • TheStreet.com12 hours ago

    Jim Cramer: Why Netflix's Bungles Are Bringing Down the FANGs

    Listen to me. If it weren't for ETFs -- specifically, if there weren't so many FANG-related ETFs, because the acronym stands out -- then what happened last night with Netflix wouldn't have mattered.

  • The Wall Street Journal12 hours ago

    Lawmakers Question Tech Firms, Publishers on How They Combat Fake News

    On Tuesday, executives for leading social-media firms said on Capitol Hill that they were committed to improving the quality of the content on their sites, but caught flak from lawmakers who took issue with where the companies draw the lines. The hearing highlighted how Facebook Inc. and other tech firms are under pressure to punish publishers of fabricated news articles without stoking broader concerns about censorship. The testimony before the House Judiciary Committee came days after a private meeting late last week when some publishing executives criticized Facebook for being overly sensitive to conservative complaints about potential liberal bias.

  • Fortune13 hours ago

    How Data Privacy Blunders and Conspiracy Theories Helped Fuel the ‘Techlash’

    The notion of a "techlash" was discussed at Fortune's annual Brainstorm Tech conference.

  • Trump Campaign Manager Won’t Say If President Believes Putin
    Bloomberg14 hours ago

    Trump Campaign Manager Won’t Say If President Believes Putin

    Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager declined to say whether the president believes Vladimir Putin was involved in Russian interference in the 2016 election, adding to the confusion from Trump’s team in the wake of a widely panned summit in Helsinki. “You would have to ask him what he believes or doesn’t believe,” Brad Parscale said Tuesday in an interview recorded for Bloomberg Television in Sonoma, California. Parscale also declined to say whether he personally agrees with U.S. intelligence agencies that have concluded the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 race with the intent to help Trump.

  • Facebook partners with Year Up Bay Area on job and skills training at Menlo Park HQ
    American City Business Journals14 hours ago

    Facebook partners with Year Up Bay Area on job and skills training at Menlo Park HQ

    The social network, which has typically recruited young talent out of Year Up's North and South Bay locations, is opening its own spot at its Menlo Park headquarters where it says it will guarantee internships and even full-time employment.

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Social media companies defend filtering practices before Congress

    Facebook Inc (FB.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) told a U.S. House panel on Tuesday that the social media companies are not discriminating against content for political reasons. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media companies for what they claim are politically motivated practices in removing some content, a charge the companies have rejected. House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Republican, said that since an April hearing, Congress has "seen numerous efforts by these companies to improve transparency," but he also pointed to anecdotes of some content being removed.

  • Social media companies defend filtering practices before Congress
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Social media companies defend filtering practices before Congress

    Facebook Inc (FB.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) told a U.S. House panel on Tuesday that the social media companies are not discriminating against content for political reasons. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media companies for what they claim are politically motivated practices in removing some content, a charge the companies have rejected. House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Republican, said that since an April hearing, Congress has "seen numerous efforts by these companies to improve transparency," but he also pointed to anecdotes of some content being removed.

  • Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Have Liberal Bias
    Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Have Liberal Bias

    Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager said Facebook and Twitter are inherently biased against the president and his supporters but that social media is still an “important way to get people to show up to ...

  • Why is Facebook keen on robots? It's just the future of AI
    Associated Press17 hours ago

    Why is Facebook keen on robots? It's just the future of AI

    Facebook announced several new hires of top academics in the field of artificial intelligence Tuesday, among them a roboticist known for her work at Disney making animated figures move in more human-like ways. The hires raise a big question — why is Facebook interested in robots, anyway? It's not as though the social media giant is suddenly interested in developing mechanical friends, although it does use robotic arms in some of its data centers.

  • Here’s Why You Should Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock Right Now
    InvestorPlace17 hours ago

    Here’s Why You Should Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock Right Now

    Shares of Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) sunk on Monday following a Friday report from The Washington Post that the social media company had suspended millions of accounts. Plus J.P. Morgan (NYSE:JPM) thinks yesterday’s slip represents a solid buying opportunity. The Post reported last Friday that Twitter’s recent efforts to suspend and remove accounts hoped to “lessen the flow of disinformation on the platform.” Data obtained by The Post reportedly showed that Twitter has been suspending more than 1 million accounts per day in recent months.

  • CNBC17 hours ago

    'What a dumb hearing,' says Democrat as Congress grills tech companies on conservative bias

    The tech giants have faced questions of conservative censorship for months, repeatedly insisting their platforms are neutral. Rep. Ted Lieu sought to point out Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet are private, profit-seeking companies. Facebook FB , Twitter TWTR and Alphabet GOOGL -owned YouTube went before Congress again Tuesday to address claims of conservative bias, and at least one Democratic representative thought it was ridiculous.

  • Why Facebook Stock Could Continue to Reach New Highs
    Market Realist18 hours ago

    Why Facebook Stock Could Continue to Reach New Highs

    Facebook (FB), like most FAANG1 stocks, is trading at all-time highs. Facebook has a market cap of over $600 billion and is the fifth public company to have breached that mark. If not for Instagram, which is expected to be a major revenue growth driver in future years, analysts would probably not be so bullish on Facebook.

  • Investopedia18 hours ago

    Facebook Is Reportedly Building its Own Chip

    More and more evidence is emerging that gives hints that social media giant Facebook Inc. ( FB) is running a dedicated program to build its own semiconductors, according to Bloomberg. The company with the world’s largest social network service joins the league of leading technology companies, like Apple Inc. ( AAPL), Alphabet Inc.’s Google ( GOOGL) and Amazon.com Inc. ( AMZN) in are trying to make their own custom chips.

  • InvestorPlace19 hours ago

    Tread Carefully After the IZEA Stock Rally

    What a Thursday it was for Izea (NASDAQ:IZEA). The nano-cap marketing firm saw its stock rise 174% after it announced a deal to acquire TapInfluence. Izea still has a market cap of less than $20 million after falling 32% since Thursday’s close.

  • Lawmakers Target Social Media’s Liability Exemption for User Posts
    Bloomberg19 hours ago

    Lawmakers Target Social Media’s Liability Exemption for User Posts

    Top Republican lawmakers on Tuesday attacked one of the legal protections most prized by social media companies such as Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc., questioning whether they should be held liable for content posted by users. House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte asked representatives from the companies and Twitter Inc. at a committee hearing about their exemptions from liability and why they "should be treated differently than" companies such as hotels that face some legal responsibility for illegal actions on their properties. The hearing, which comes as tech companies face increasing pressure in Washington, focused on “social media filtering practices” and followed an April hearing that examined alleged silencing of conservative voices on the platforms.

  • Trump Campaign Manager Sees 'Significant' Bias in Facebook, Twitter
    Bloomberg Video14 hours ago

    Trump Campaign Manager Sees 'Significant' Bias in Facebook, Twitter

    Jul.17 -- Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, discusses his views on social media with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Are Inherently Biased
    Bloomberg Video15 hours ago

    Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Are Inherently Biased

    Jul.17 -- Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign manager, discusses his strategy for the 2020 presidential election and his views on social media. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."