FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
188.84
-3.76 (-1.95%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

188.68 -0.16 (-0.08%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT

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Previous Close192.60
Open192.88
Bid188.73 x 800
Ask189.18 x 900
Day's Range188.13 - 193.14
52 Week Range123.02 - 218.62
Volume16,750,309
Avg. Volume17,205,568
Market Cap539.042B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.33
PE Ratio (TTM)28.03
EPS (TTM)6.74
Earnings DateJul 23, 2019 - Jul 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est222.30
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  • Facebook tests controls that turn off those angry red notification dots
    Engadget22 minutes ago

    Facebook tests controls that turn off those angry red notification dots

    You might soon see a lot less of the hue on Facebook. The company is testing the ability to turn off the crimson in-app notification dots that seem to pop up every time you check Facebook on your phone. Social media consultant Matt Navarra pointed out on Twitter today that testing is underway.

  • Facebook may finally let you turn off those annoying notification dots
    TechCrunch6 hours ago

    Facebook may finally let you turn off those annoying notification dots

    Facebook is now testing a toggle to turn off the red in-app notification dots on its homescreen. Until now you had to manually open each of Facebook's features to extinguishing the maddening flame of the notification badge. This could make Facebook feel more tranquil, and keep you focused on whatever you actually opened the app to do.

  • Facebook will share data on hate speech suspects with French courts (update)
    Engadget10 hours ago

    Facebook will share data on hate speech suspects with French courts (update)

    Facebook is handing over identifying information to French courts on peoplesuspected of using hate speech on its social network

  • TheStreet.com6 minutes ago

    Facebook's Zuckerberg Slated to Discuss Regulation

    CEO Mark Zuckerberg is slated to discuss a variety of issues facing his company and the internet Wednesday in an interview at the Aspen Ideas Festival. Zuckerberg will speak with Harvard Law Professor and former Obama Administration official Cass Sunstein. The discussion will focus on "some of the biggest questions facing the internet -- including government regulation, shifts to privacy, and innovation," according to the festival's program.

  • Motley Fool1 hour ago

    Facebook’s Libra May Be Quite Attractive in Developing Countries

    Plenty of Western regulators and media outlets have criticized Libra – but it's not meant for them. It could make a big impact in places with less-developed banking systems.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    UPDATE 2-Brazil court slashes fine for Facebook's refusal to share WhatsApp data

    Facebook Inc's fine for withholding WhatsApp messages from a drug-trafficking investigation in Brazil should be reduced to 23 million reais ($6 million), a Brazilian federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday. In a statement to Reuters, a WhatsApp spokesperson welcomed the appeals court decision. "We care deeply about the privacy of our users and are grateful the Parana court affirmed the importance and legality of end-to-end encryption within Brazil.

  • Motley Fool5 hours ago

    Does Big Technology Need More Regulation?

    Issues like deepfake videos are raising major concerns.

  • Motley Fool5 hours ago

    Is Big Tech About to Be Regulated?

    A Congressman wants to remove an exception that makes brands like Facebook possible.

  • Brazil court slashes fine for Facebook's refusal to share WhatsApp data
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Brazil court slashes fine for Facebook's refusal to share WhatsApp data

    Facebook Inc's fine for withholding WhatsApp messages from a drug-trafficking investigation in Brazil should be reduced to 23 million reais ($6 million), a Brazilian federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday. In a statement to Reuters, a WhatsApp spokesperson welcomed the appeals court decision. "We care deeply about the privacy of our users and are grateful the Parana court affirmed the importance and legality of end-to-end encryption within Brazil.

  • Maxine Waters Wasn't Kidding About Facebook Token Moratorium
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    Maxine Waters Wasn't Kidding About Facebook Token Moratorium

    (Bloomberg) -- The powerful chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee is doubling down on her demand that Facebook Inc. hit the pause button on its ambitious cryptocurrency.Representative Maxine Waters said Tuesday that she’s pressing House leadership and other lawmakers to join her in requesting that the social media giant halt any development until Congress has a chance to review the token, known as Libra. The California Democrat added that Facebook hasn’t responded to her call for a moratorium, which she first made June 18.Read More: Waters Urges Libra Pause, as Facebook Gets Fresh Washington FuryFacebook’s announcement last week that it was developing a coin that could be used to buy goods and services triggered alarm among lawmakers, who are concerned about potential impacts on the global financial system and whether the company can protect consumers’ financial data. Facebook is already under fire in Washington for a series of stumbles, including major data breaches and allowing Russians to hijack its platform during the 2016 election to push President Donald Trump’s candidacy."It’s a huge idea about changing the system as we know it," Waters said of Facebook’s plans during a press conference on Capitol Hill. "We’re talking about privacy issues, the use of big data," she added.Congressional HearingsIn a statement last week, Facebook said it would address lawmakers’ concerns. David Marcus, the Facebook executive leading the company’s cryptocurrency efforts, separately told Bloomberg News that he has been in touch with regulators and central banks in multiple countries.Facebook has been invited to testify at a July 17 hearing of the financial services panel, Waters said. She said such hearings need to happen as soon as possible so lawmakers can get a better understanding of the company’s plans for Libra. The Senate Banking Committee has scheduled a hearing for one day earlier.Waters said she is also circulating a letter among House lawmakers to build momentum for a halt on Libra.Facebook, in an emailed statement Tuesday, said it looks “forward to next month’s House Financial Services’ hearing.” Bill Foster, a Democrat from Illinois on Waters’ committee, said at the press briefing that he had met with Facebook officials about the project and was skeptical that the token would launch next year as planned. He cited the lengthy registration processes that will likely be involved."Their actual timescale for launching this gives us time to react," he said. "When you look at the realistic timescale -- it’s not going to be next summer."(Adds Facebook statement in eighth paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Ben Bain in Washington at bbain2@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jesse Westbrook at jwestbrook1@bloomberg.net, Gregory MottFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Facebook’s Libra isn’t the next bitcoin, but you can make money off it anyway
    Quartz7 hours ago

    Facebook’s Libra isn’t the next bitcoin, but you can make money off it anyway

    Since Facebook announced its planned Libra currency June 18, the bitcoin market has gone haywire. The original cryptocurrency surged from $9,000 to $11,000 this past week, as investors perceived Facebook’s crypto initiative as a vote of confidence in blockchain-based assets. News of the Libra, and its effect on bitcoin, has understandably piqued the interest of crypto speculators, some of whom may be anticipating a Libra boomlet.

  • Proposed California bill would ban ‘deepfake’ videos
    MarketWatch7 hours ago

    Proposed California bill would ban ‘deepfake’ videos

    A new bill proposed late Monday by Assemblyman Marc Berman (D., Palo Alto) would ban the proliferation of so-called deepfake videos or photos 60 days before an election.

  • What to Expect from Nike's (NKE) Q4 2019 Earnings Results
    Zacks8 hours ago

    What to Expect from Nike's (NKE) Q4 2019 Earnings Results

    Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research where Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains dives into what investors should expect from Nike's (NKE) Q4 fiscal 2019 financial results that are due out Thursday.

  • SpankChain CEO suggests Ethereum community should help run Libra
    Decrypt8 hours ago

    SpankChain CEO suggests Ethereum community should help run Libra

    Paying for Ethereum to be part of Libra could help offset centralization. The community, as always, weighs in.

  • Top Stock Picks for Week of June 24, 2019
    Zacks8 hours ago

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  • Reuters10 hours ago

    WRAPUP 2-European watchdogs demand detail on Facebook's cryptocurrency

    LONDON/ZUG, Switzerland, June 25 (Reuters) - Facebook's fledgling cryptocurrency faced mounting scrutiny on Tuesday as European central bankers and regulators demanded more detail on the social media giant's Libra project. Britain's top financial regulator said there was not yet enough information to understand Libra, adding that it could be very significant for public policy and that would not easily get the go-ahead without further disclosure.

  • Benzinga10 hours ago

    Visa Will Acquire Payments Portfolio From Rambus

    Visa Inc (NYSE: V ) will acquire the token services and ticketing businesses, formerly Bell ID and Ecebs LTD, from Rambus (NASDAQ: RMBS ) for an undisclosed amount. “As the way people and businesses pay ...

  • Harvest Exchangelast year

    Time to Move from FAANGs to SEPTICS?

    A half-century ago, when investors fell in love with the “Nifty 50,” the darling mega-caps of the era that many advised to buy and hold forever, they at least had the ability to choose from among companies that spanned numerous industries (components ...

  • Facebook expands rules on political ads to Canada and Ukraine
    Reuters11 hours ago

    Facebook expands rules on political ads to Canada and Ukraine

    Facebook Inc on Tuesday added Canada and Ukraine to the list of countries where advertisers looking to run political ads on its platform must first verify their identity and disclose who paid for the ads. Under scrutiny from regulators since Russia used social media platforms for widespread meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Facebook has been rolling out ads transparency tools country by country since last year. Facebook said it was making its transparency tools available to advertisers in more than 190 countries, although verification was not yet a requirement in most of those places.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Facebook's Libra coin closely watched by authorities - FSB

    Facebook's plan to expand into payments is not expected to be on the agenda of this week's G20 summit in Japan, but the social media giant's intentions could lead regulators to take a closer look at crypto assets, a G20 regulatory group said on Tuesday. Randal Quarles, chair of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) which coordinates financial rules for G20 countries, said crypto-assets did not currently pose a risk to global financial stability, but gaps may occur where they fall outside the remit of regulators or from the absence of international standards. Facebook said last week it wanted to expand into payments and launch its own coin, Libra.

  • Will Square Join Facebook’s Libra Association?
    Market Realist11 hours ago

    Will Square Join Facebook’s Libra Association?

    Square (SQ) was absent from the list of the inaugural members of the Libra Association, the entity that will ensure that Facebook’s (FB) Libra cryptocurrency works as intended. Nearly 30 companies have joined the Libra Association.