FB2A.DE - Facebook, Inc.

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
-4.86 (-3.54%)
As of 5:35PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close137.14
Bid0.00 x 45000
Ask0.00 x 46000
Day's Range131.53 - 137.17
52 Week Range119.55 - 158.40
Avg. Volume31,271
Market Cap378.361B
PE Ratio (TTM)80.91
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Facebook shuts down custom feed-sharing prompts and 12 other APIs
    TechCrunch16 hours ago

    Facebook shuts down custom feed-sharing prompts and 12 other APIs

    Facebook is making good on Mark Zuckerberg's promise to prioritize user

  • MarketWatch34 minutes ago

    Can Facebook, Apple and Google keep powering tech’s growth?

    Technology stocks have driven gains on Wall Street the past few years, but volatility in the first quarter could be a sign of serious doubts forming about the future of some of tech’s biggest names. Investors have already seen examples of the typical earnings response to these types of companies early in this earnings season: Netflix Inc. (NFLX) , the first big tech company to report, delivered a stunning quarter, revenue jumping 40.4%, and streaming only revenue jumping even more, up 43%, with a huge jump in subscriber growth, including its international customers. Doubts have been swirling around Facebook Inc. (FB) and Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) , (GOOG) , which face data-privacy and other concerns, and Apple Inc. (AAPL) , which could report disappointing iPhone sales.

  • MarketWatch34 minutes ago

    Facebook says you are NOT the product — and points in a different direction

    This week, the social network attempted to explain its privacy policiesSome Facebook users are deleting their accounts in response to the controversy. “It’s the same with a free search engine, website or newspaper,” Facebook wrote. The company’s claim that users are not the product is disingenuous, said Bill Ottman, social media security expert and CEO of Minds.com.

  • MarketWatch35 minutes ago

    Facebook earnings: The numbers to watch for an advertiser revolt

    Amid the ongoing fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal involving improperly handled Facebook Inc. member data, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has said on several occasions that the company hasn’t seen a business impact. When Facebook reports first-quarter earnings Wednesday, Zuckerberg will have to prove it for the first time. News of the Cambridge Analytica data usage broke in mid-March, which means any impact would be limited to about 20% of the reporting period — a significant amount of time but, as Zuckerberg has said, likely not enough to dramatically affect the financial results.

  • CNBC1 hour ago

    Facebook makes an ex-FCC chairman its US public policy chief after data scandal

    Facebook is making Kevin Martin, a former chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), its interim head of U.S. policy.

  • Facebook Results to Be Scoured for Evidence of User Defections
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Facebook Results to Be Scoured for Evidence of User Defections

    Facebook Inc. is on tap to report first-quarter results after the close of trading on Wednesday, and Wall Street will scour the numbers for any signs of user losses or a drop-off in advertiser spending. The company’s shares have tumbled 10 percent this year, with much of the decline related to revelations in March that Facebook failed to safeguard the data of millions of users. Political-consulting firm Cambridge Analytica obtained information on as many as 87 million Facebook users in 2014 and then lied about deleting the data, Facebook has said.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Twitter earnings: Will product changes pay off as stock soars?

    As Facebook Inc. (FB) has come under fire for its handling of data-privacy issues and political-advertising scandals, Twitter Inc. (TWTR) stock has thrived. Shares are up 30% this year, while Facebook’s stock has declined 6%. The love for Twitter mainly stems from a series of product improvements that investors believe are getting users to spend more time on the platform, as well as the idea that Twitter can benefit from changes Facebook is making to its news-feed algorithm.

  • Financial Times6 hours ago

    [$$] Are there any viable alternatives to Facebook?

    Mark Zuckerberg ’s not wholly reassuring testimony before the US Senate did little to placate angry users wondering whether they should #DeleteFacebook . But where to go if you leave a social media platform ...

  • Financial Times7 hours ago

    [$$] What impact will Facebook scandal have?

    In a debate in April among members of the FT City Network, a panel of more than 50 of the City of London’s most senior business figures, members were asked what impact on business and society they thought ...

  • Financial Times7 hours ago

    [$$] UK finance chiefs call for regulatory crackdown on tech giants

    Some of Britain’s top financiers have called for a regulatory crackdown on Facebook and other technology groups to bring them into line with the kind of rules that banks must follow. HSBC has been among the hardest hit by regulators, as the scrutiny of banks’ behaviour in areas such as money laundering has toughened. What impact will Facebook scandal have?

  • Financial Times9 hours ago

    [$$] Questions about Facebook personal data mining persist

    Inside Facebook’s content clean-up operation Copyright © 2015 The Financial Times Limited. Please don't cut and paste FT.com articles and redistribute by email or post to the web.

  • Forbes9 hours ago

    Facebook Publishes Internal Content Moderation Guidelines For The First Time

    In the wake of escalating criticism of its content removal policies, Facebook, on Tuesday, published its internal moderation guidelines for the first time, a notable step toward expanding transparency around how information is handled and policed on the social network.

  • TheStreet.com10 hours ago

    Verizon Proves Resilient in Sell-Off; Decoding the Facebook Short -- ICYMI

    To quote the great 'Anchor Man,' Ron Burgundy: "Boy, that escalated quickly." Things certainly escalated quickly for the markets today as the Dow started the day in positive territory then almost immediately switched course and dove deep into the red. led the Dow lower but wasn't the only industrial to suffer on the news, as companies in the sector fell across the board Tuesday. Shares of the Google parent fell nearly 5% after the search giant easily beat first-quarter earnings and revenue expectations only to see concerns about rising costs negate any positive reaction from investors.