FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
163.06
+2.76 (+1.72%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

162.99 -0.07 (-0.04%)
After hours: 4:47PM EDT

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Previous Close160.30
Open160.08
Bid162.99 x 1400
Ask163.14 x 1000
Day's Range159.48 - 163.44
52 Week Range149.02 - 218.62
Volume19,478,985
Avg. Volume25,917,240
Market Cap470.79B
Beta0.66
PE Ratio (TTM)25.23
EPS (TTM)6.46
Earnings DateOct 30, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est210.06
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Business + Coffee: Facebook male bias, Tesla criminal probe, Florence flooding kills NC livestock
    Yahoo Finance Video4 hours ago

    Business + Coffee: Facebook male bias, Tesla criminal probe, Florence flooding kills NC livestock

    Wednesday, September 19: Facebook is being accused of excluding women from recruiting ads, while promoting male dominated jobs; Tesla is under investigation from the Department of Justice, as a result of CEO Elon Musk's 'taking Tesla private' tweet; North Carolina's livestock population was hit hard by the flooding from Hurricane Florence. Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche serves up your daily cup of Business + Coffee.

  • TheStreet.com57 minutes ago

    Closing Bell: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

    The Nasdaq was the lone major U.S. index to fall in trading Wednesday as markets react to the burgeoning trade spat between the U.S. and China. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq fell 0.08%, or 6 points to 7,950. CEO Elon Musk has repeatedly claimed that the company will not need to raise more capital this year, but analysts at Morgan Stanley are not convinced, according to an analyst note published Wednesday.

  • Lawsuit says Facebook lets employers exclude women in recruiting campaigns
    American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Lawsuit says Facebook lets employers exclude women in recruiting campaigns

    A group of job seekers is alleging that Facebook helps employers exclude female candidates from recruiting campaigns.

  • ETF Trends1 hour ago

    A Concern for Tech ETFs Despite ‘QQQ’ Up 18% YTD?

    The PowerShares QQQ (QQQ) , which tracks the tech-heavy Nasdaq-100 Index, is up more than 18% year-to-date. Stocks such as Apple (AAPL), Google parent Alphabet Inc. (GOOG), Facebook Inc. (FB) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) are pivotal to QQQ’s performance. Conversely, small-cap tech stocks are actually lagging broader benchmarks such as the Russell 2000 Index and the S&P SmallCap 600 Index.

  • Google: Why Is Inbox Going Away?
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    Google: Why Is Inbox Going Away?

    Internet Buzz: Google's Inbox Out, Facebook's Vietnam ChallengeGmail redesign introduced new features

  • Should Google & Facebook Fear Amazon's Growing Ad Business?
    Zacks1 hour ago

    Should Google & Facebook Fear Amazon's Growing Ad Business?

    Amazon (AMZN) is set to become the third largest digital advertiser in the U.S. behind only Google (GOOGL) and Facebook (FB), according to a new eMarketer report. Digital ad sales account for a small portion of Amazon's revenues, but its growing ad business is something investors should pay close attention to.

  • Not just tech: The stock-market rally is broader than it’s given credit for
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Not just tech: The stock-market rally is broader than it’s given credit for

    The U.S. stock market is back near record levels, and while most of the chatter has revolved around the outsize gains seen in a few major technology-related stocks this year, the rally has been broad based, an underappreciated factor that could bode well for future returns.

  • Here’s a clear case for owning dividend stocks instead of bonds
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    Here’s a clear case for owning dividend stocks instead of bonds

    Hank Smith, co-chief investment officer of Haverford Trust, has laid out a clear case for dividend stocks over bonds. Pepsi’s stock had a dividend yield of 3.25% as of the close on Sept. 18, while 10-year U.S. Treasury paper yielded 3.05%.

  • Facebook yet to comply with EU consumer rules, Airbnb in line: EU sources
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Facebook yet to comply with EU consumer rules, Airbnb in line: EU sources

    Facebook (FB.O) may face sanctions because it has yet to comply with EU consumer rules while Airbnb has made the necessary changes in response to regulatory demands, EU sources said on Wednesday. Privacy and consumer concerns have also aggravated the situation. Seven months after Europe's Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova told Facebook and other tech companies to bring their user terms in line with EU consumer laws, the social media giant has yet to address all her concerns, the sources said.

  • Facebook yet to comply with EU consumer rules, Airbnb in line: EU sources
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Facebook yet to comply with EU consumer rules, Airbnb in line: EU sources

    Facebook (FB.O) may face sanctions because it has yet to comply with EU consumer rules while Airbnb has made the necessary changes in response to regulatory demands, EU sources said on Wednesday. Privacy and consumer concerns have also aggravated the situation. Seven months after Europe's Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova told Facebook and other tech companies to bring their user terms in line with EU consumer laws, the social media giant has yet to address all her concerns, the sources said.

  • Facebook accused of discriminating against women with male-targeted job adverts
    The Independent3 hours ago

    Facebook accused of discriminating against women with male-targeted job adverts

    Facebook has been accused of discriminating against women by helping employers run job adverts which only target men and do not appear to women. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a charge with the US labour equality watchdog alleging the social media giant “consciously encouraged” employers to exclude women from their recruitment. The complaint alleges that Facebook’s advertising system allows employers to target job ads based on gender.

  • Investopedia6 hours ago

    Amazon Gains Ad Market Share From Google, Facebook

    Amazon.com Inc.’s ( AMZN) advertising business is gaining momentum, and is rapidly grabbing market share from leaders like Alphabet Inc.’s ( GOOGL) Google and Facebook Inc. ( FB). Citing the projections made in the recent report by research firm EMarketer Inc., Bloomberg reports that Amazon “will generate $4.61 billion in U.S. ad sales this year, which represents 4.2 percent of the total digital ad market.” The figure is significantly higher compared to the projections of $2.89 billion made earlier by EMarketer. The research firm has attributed the revision to an accounting change by Amazon as well as increased demand.

  • TheStreet.com6 hours ago

    Amazon's Ad Business Moves Up to Third in U.S. Market Share

    U.S. advertisers will spend $4.61 billion on Amazon's platforms this year, making the company the third most popular digital advertising destination behind Facebook Inc. Amazon's share of the digital advertising market will account for 4.1% of all digital ad spending in the U.S., according to industry observer eMarketer. The firm said it expects Amazon to increase ad revenue more than 50% annually through at least 2020 when the company will be the destination for about 7% of the country's digital ad spend.

  • Call of the day: Facebook
    Yahoo Finance Videoyesterday

    Call of the day: Facebook

    JPMorgan slashing its price target today for Facebook, and its cutting profit targets for fiscal year 2019 and 2020. Analysts are concerned about unexpected rising costs and investments, namely security.