FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
180.35
+0.17 (+0.09%)
As of 10:51AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close180.18
Open181.01
Bid180.52 x 1000
Ask180.54 x 800
Day's Range179.84 - 181.20
52 Week Range114.77 - 184.25
Volume6,059,692
Avg. Volume16,281,628
Market Cap524.063B
Beta0.58
PE Ratio (TTM)34.94
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • The Pessimist's Guide to Investing in 2028
    Bloomberg Video2 hours ago

    The Pessimist's Guide to Investing in 2028

    Dec.18 -- With all of the worries hanging over markets, Bloomberg's John Fraher looks ten years into the future for the potential issues that can impact pessimistic investors. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • Facebook is clamping down on posts that shamelessly beg for your engagement
    TechCrunch5 hours ago

    Facebook is clamping down on posts that shamelessly beg for your engagement

    A lot of crap gets shared on Facebook, but coming soon the volume may be a little less after Facebook made a move to penalize content that shamelessly begs people for engagement. The social network giant said today that it will penalize Page owners and people who resort to "engagement bait," which means posts that encourage users to like, comment or tag people in the comments section in order to gain wider visibility of their content. The incentives -- such as "Share with friends to win a free trip" or "Like if you're an Aries" -- gets content shared through engagement, ultimately helping the post, and the Page owner/author, grow its reach as users interact and it shows up on their friends' Newsfeeds.

  • Will Xiaomi Launch the Biggest Tech IPO of 2018?
    Motley Fool18 minutes ago

    Will Xiaomi Launch the Biggest Tech IPO of 2018?

    “China’s Apple” could launch the third biggest tech IPO in history next year.

  • Facebook’s power to undermine democracy is getting stronger—and it’s fueling oppressive regimes
    Quartz38 minutes ago

    Facebook’s power to undermine democracy is getting stronger—and it’s fueling oppressive regimes

    While Facebook assures western powers, from Germany to the United States, that it will do everything it can to help them defend their democratic processes from malicious actors, it continues to aid, in one way or another, oppressive regimes across the world. The debate over whether social media helps or hinders political movements in authoritarian-leaning…

  • Market Realist2 hours ago

    Google’s AI Training Course and Unlocking New Markets

    Estimates by Accenture and Wells Fargo Securities show that AI could add $14 trillion to the economies of 12 developed countries by 2035.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Internet giants told: Accept cyber curbs to be welcome in China

    Google and Facebook will have to accept China's censorship and tough online laws if they want access to its 751 million internet users, Chinese regulators told a conference in Geneva on Monday. Google and Facebook are blocked in China, along with Twitter Inc and most major Western news outlets. "That’s a question maybe in many people’s minds, why Google, why Facebook are not yet working and operating in China," said Qi Xiaoxia, director general of the Bureau of International Cooperation at the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Internet giants told: Accept cyber curbs to be welcome in China

    Google and Facebook will have to accept China's censorship and tough online laws if they want access to its 751 million internet users, Chinese regulators told a conference in Geneva on Monday. Google and Facebook are blocked in China, along with Twitter Inc and most major Western news outlets. "That’s a question maybe in many people’s minds, why Google, why Facebook are not yet working and operating in China," said Qi Xiaoxia, director general of the Bureau of International Cooperation at the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).

  • Investopedia4 hours ago

    Investopedia's Top Searched Terms of 2017

    Bitcoin and cryptocurrency may have stolen headlines in 2017, but there was no shortage of news and competition for investors' attention this year.

  • Investopedia6 hours ago

    How to Prevent Negative Effects of Social Media? Post More, Says Facebook

    The social network acknowledged that "passive" browsing can make people "feel worse," believes more engagement could improve well-being.

  • 24/7 Wall St.yesterday

    Is Spending Time on Social Media Bad for Us? Yes, Sometimes

    Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) scientists have looked into whether spending time on social media can be bad for some people. That answer is “yes”, and the experts Facebook called on to look at the problem barely ...

  • Facebook bravely admits that it is a problem, and suggests we spend more time on Facebook
    Quartz2 days ago

    Facebook bravely admits that it is a problem, and suggests we spend more time on Facebook

    On Dec. 15, a strange post went up on Facebook’s corporate blog. It was strange because it suggested that Facebook might, in fact, be bad for you. What solution can the social network provide? The same answer it gives to every question: namely, more Facebook. The post was the latest in Facebook’s somewhat new series,…

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Facebook Acknowledges Some Social-Media Use Is Harmful

    The company’s top researcher pointed to external studies showing the negative effects of “passive” use of social-media sites to read news without interacting with anyone but said “active” use can improve ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    U.S. Senate Democrats to force vote on FCC net neutrality repeal

    The top U.S. Senate Democrat said on Friday he would force a vote on the Federal Communications Commission's decision to repeal landmark net neutrality rules, but the move was unlikely to block a ruling that could reshape the digital landscape. The FCC voted Thursday along party lines to reverse the Obama era rules barring internet service providers from blocking or throttling internet traffic, or offering paid fast lanes. On Friday, Senator Charles Schumer of New York said he would force a vote on the FCC action under the Congressional Review Act.