FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
196.35
-5.39 (-2.67%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

196.15 -0.20 (-0.10%)
After hours: 4:05PM EDT

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Previous Close201.74
Open200.00
Bid195.76 x 800
Ask195.58 x 800
Day's Range193.11 - 200.00
52 Week Range147.80 - 203.55
Volume23,164,559
Avg. Volume28,023,328
Market Cap568.361B
Beta0.81
PE Ratio (TTM)32.50
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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  • FANG stocks fall as trade fears hit markets
    CNBC Videos2 hours ago

    FANG stocks fall as trade fears hit markets

    Brian White, Monness, Crespi, Hardt and Co., looks at the F.A.N.G. stocks investors should consider for the second half of the year.

  • Facebook Wants to Help You Manage Your Facebook Addiction
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Facebook Wants to Help You Manage Your Facebook Addiction

    Are you spending too much time on Facebook?

  • Lack of diversity in business leadership lessens Pittsburgh’s appeal
    American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Lack of diversity in business leadership lessens Pittsburgh’s appeal

    “This lack of diversity is our Achilles heel because otherwise this city is viewed as a growing and changing place,” said Candi Castleberry-Singleton, vice president of intersectionality, culture and diversity at Twitter Inc.

  • Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Instagram Is Estimated to Be Worth More than $100 Billion

    Facebook Inc.’s Instagram is estimated to be worth more than $100 billion, if it were a stand-alone company, marking a 100-fold return for the app was purchased in 2012, according to data compiled by Bloomberg Intelligence. The photo-sharing platform, which reached 1 billion monthly active users earlier this month, will likely help nudge Instagram revenue past $10 billion over the next 12 months, Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Jitendra Waral wrote in a report Monday. Instagram is attracting new users faster than Facebook’s main site and is on track to exceed 2 billion users within the next five years, Waral said.

  • Instagram Is Estimated to Be Worth More than $100 Billion
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Instagram Is Estimated to Be Worth More than $100 Billion

    Facebook Inc.’s Instagram is estimated to be worth more than $100 billion, if it were a stand-alone company, marking a 100-fold return for the app was purchased in 2012, according to data compiled by Bloomberg Intelligence. The photo-sharing platform, which reached 1 billion monthly active users earlier this month, will likely help nudge Instagram revenue past $10 billion over the next 12 months, Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Jitendra Waral wrote in a report Monday. Instagram is attracting new users faster than Facebook’s main site and is on track to exceed 2 billion users within the next five years, Waral said.

  • Stocks Sell Off on Trade War News & FANG Review and Outlook | Free Lunch
    Zacks3 hours ago

    Stocks Sell Off on Trade War News & FANG Review and Outlook | Free Lunch

    Ryan McQueeney discusses today's stock selloff and recaps the latest news in President Trump's ongoing trade saga with China. Later, the host checks in on the performance of the FANG group, focusing on the remarkable run of Netflix (NFLX) and Facebook (FB) over the past few months.

  • Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Facebook Says EU User Data Likely Untouched in Privacy Scandal

    Facebook Inc. said private data about its European users may not have fallen into the hands of Cambridge Analytica after all, as the social network continues to fend off criticism about a scandal that sparked global outrage. “The best information we have suggests that no European user data was shared by Dr. [Aleksandr] Kogan with Cambridge Analytica,” Stephen Satterfield, a privacy policy director at Facebook, told European Union lawmakers at a hearing on Monday. Facebook said it wouldn’t be able to make any firm conclusions on the matter until it conducts its own audit, which it plans to do once it receives the go-ahead from the U.K.’s privacy watchdog currently conducting its own probe.

  • Facebook Says EU Data Unlikely Shared With Cambridge Analytica
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Facebook Says EU Data Unlikely Shared With Cambridge Analytica

    Facebook Inc. said private data about its European users may not have fallen into the hands of Cambridge Analytica after all, as the social network continues to fend off criticism about a scandal that sparked global outrage. “The best information we have suggests that no European user data was shared by Dr. [Aleksandr] Kogan with Cambridge Analytica,” Stephen Satterfield, a privacy policy director at Facebook, told European Union lawmakers at a hearing on Monday. Kogan is the researcher who collected users’ information and subsequently sold it to the consulting firm working on Donald Trump’s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.

  • A Foolish Take: Most Americans Are Uncomfortable With Companies Selling Their Data
    Motley Fool4 hours ago

    A Foolish Take: Most Americans Are Uncomfortable With Companies Selling Their Data

    Americans are growing suspicious of platforms like Facebook.

  • Investopedia4 hours ago

    Aging Facebook Losing Teens: Pew Research Survey

    The young guns used to make for the largest user base for Facebook Inc. ( FB), but it appears that the largest social media network is losing its appeal amon teens. NDTV reports the findings of the recent Pew Research Center survey according to which around 51% of American teenagers between 13 and 17 years of age use Facebook. During 2014-15, Pew Research found that Facebook was the leader among teens with a remarkable 71% engagement.

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    Apple will have a special news section for the midterm elections, curated by human editors

    Apple News will host special midterm features from The Washington Post, Axios and Politico in addition to its curated news hits from "trusted publishers" such as Fox News and Vox. Apple has long used human curators in its news app, though it's been adding exclusive content and additional context. The new election-focused features are live now, Apple said, and will remain up through November.

  • American City Business Journals5 hours ago

    Facebook to offer free training for businesses in Miami

    The program includes free workshops, business training and networking designed to help small businesses use the social media platform to grow.

  • Facebook and Netflix Hit Record Highs despite Trade War Concerns
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Facebook and Netflix Hit Record Highs despite Trade War Concerns

    FANG Stocks Are Hitting New Highs: Is It a Bullish Sign? In the previous part of this series, we discussed that the world’s two largest economies, the US (QQQ) and China, are imposing import tariffs on each other’s products. After two rounds of trade negotiation in May, the US (SPY) announced on June 18 that it will impose additional import tariffs on Chinese goods.

  • Under Armour declines, McCormick rises on brand value list
    American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    Under Armour declines, McCormick rises on brand value list

    Under Armour, Greater Baltimore's largest public company, was No. 191 with a brand value of $3.75 billion.

  • AT&T confirms purchase of AppNexus
    American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    AT&T confirms purchase of AppNexus

    The transaction is meant to bolster the Dallas-based company when it comes to taking on Alphabet Inc.'s Google and Facebook Inc.

  • Investopedia7 hours ago

    What Trends Should You Be Concerned About?

    Between European instability, increasing market volatility and a resurgence of active management, a number of interconnected trends are currently playing out. In response to the 2008 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates to previously unseen levels: between 0.0% and 0.25% and kept them there until the end of 2015. The move had a resounding impact on asset prices as investors scrambled to riskier assets to find returns.

  • Facebook to Bring New Feature, Help Users in Time Management
    Zacks7 hours ago

    Facebook to Bring New Feature, Help Users in Time Management

    Facebook (FB) is working on bringing new time-management tool in an attempt to assure that the time is well spent on the platform.

  • CNBC8 hours ago

    Legendary investor Bill Miller reveals the biggest mistake value investors are making now

    Legendary value investor Bill Miller says value plays are not just cheap stocks. Data assembled for CNBC.com by Morningstar shows little move into growth stocks by value funds. The top value fund this year has been the Copley Fund, returning nearly 12 percent year-to-date.

  • TheStreet.com8 hours ago

    These 5 Tech Giants Still Aren't That Expensive

    Several tech giants still carry reasonable valuations -- at least after accounting for the impact of heavy near-term spending and/or business model transitions. Apple's revenue growth profile isn't as strong as that of some of the companies mentioned below -- the consensus is for Apple to see 14% revenue growth in fiscal 2018, but just 4% growth in fiscal 2019.

  • Fortune8 hours ago

    Microsoft’s Mobile Browsers Join the Battle Against Annoying Ads

    Edge now has Adblock Plus functionality baked in.

  • Facebook Reveals a Potential Source of Revenues
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    Facebook Reveals a Potential Source of Revenues

    Facebook (FB) announced on June 20 that it plans to launch a test program to allow group administrators on its platform to charge subscription fees of $4.99–$29.99 per month for exclusive membership in certain groups. Facebook noted that it wouldn’t be taking a cut during the test, although it could eventually take a percentage of the subscription fees. In the meantime, Google (GOOGL) and Apple would receive a cut, as the feature runs through their respective operating systems.

  • Google and Facebook Turn On the Fake Riviera Charm
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Google and Facebook Turn On the Fake Riviera Charm

    Last week at Cannes Lions, the advertising world’s yearly schmooze-fest on the Cote d’Azur, the industry tried to present a unified front. Internet ads have their place, went the message, but as something that complements rather than replaces traditional media such as television and billboards. Given their recent tribulations over personal data, the Silicon Valley giants were eager to peddle the same conciliatory narrative.