FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
203.23
-0.61 (-0.30%)
As of 10:27AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close203.84
Open204.18
Bid203.19 x 1200
Ask203.19 x 1800
Day's Range203.03 - 204.36
52 Week Range123.02 - 218.62
Volume2,220,218
Avg. Volume17,282,443
Market Cap580.118B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)30.16
EPS (TTM)6.74
Earnings DateJul 24, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est222.97
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  • Big tech grilled before house antitrust panel
    Yahoo Finance Video27 minutes ago

    Big tech grilled before house antitrust panel

    At the big tech hearing yesterday, a lot of the fire was pointed at regulators. Maureen Ohlhausen, former acting chair of the FTC, was a witness at yesterday's hearing, and joins Yahoo Finance to discuss.

  • Sen. Brown: Facebook shouldn’t slow down on Libra, it should stop
    Yahoo Finance17 hours ago

    Sen. Brown: Facebook shouldn’t slow down on Libra, it should stop

    The top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee says he has not heard anything from Facebook that eases his concerns about Libra.

  • Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency under scrutiny on Capitol Hill
    Yahoo Finance Video20 hours ago

    Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency under scrutiny on Capitol Hill

    The House and Senate are both hosting hearings this week about Facebook's proposed Libra cryptocurrency. The Senate hearing was held today, and the House will get its turn tomorrow. CoinShares chief strategy officer Meltem Demirors speaks with Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Rick Newman and Mike Block, Third Seven Capital strategist, about Libra and about her testimony before the House committee tomorrow.

  • Lawmaker: We have to 'force' Facebook to change its conduct
    Yahoo Finance21 hours ago

    Lawmaker: We have to 'force' Facebook to change its conduct

    Rep. David Cicilline, chairman of the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee, has a lot of questions for Facebook as

  • Highlights from Facebook's Libra Senate hearing
    TechCrunch23 hours ago

    Highlights from Facebook's Libra Senate hearing

    While some, like SenatorBrown, blustered that "Facebook is dangerous!," others surfaced poignantquestions about Libra's risks

  • Reuters15 minutes ago

    RPT-Starting with Netflix, FANG reports to test Wall St rally's mettle

    A wave of quarterly reports from Netflix and other top-tier, high-growth companies starting on Wednesday will test Wall Street's willingness to extend a recent really driven by expectations of lower interest rates. Facebook, Amazon and Google-owner Alphabet , all part of the so-called FANG group of widely held stocks, have jumped over 5% so far in July, with investors increasingly willing to bet on the volatile names thanks to expectations the Federal Reserve will cut rates later this month by as much as half a percentage point to support economic growth. The FANG companies, combined with investor favorites Apple and Microsoft, account for about 17% of the S&P 500's $26 trillion market capitalization, making reaction to their quarterly results key to Wall Street sentiment.

  • Fear of Facebook’s Libra Unites Finance Chiefs at Fractious G-7
    Bloomberg25 minutes ago

    Fear of Facebook’s Libra Unites Finance Chiefs at Fractious G-7

    (Bloomberg) -- Global finance chiefs found common ground in their fear of Facebook Inc.’s Libra initiative as they met to discuss more contentious issues from digital taxation to the economic outlook on Wednesday.“Libra is on everyone’s mind,” German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz told reporters at the gathering of Group of Seven counterparts near Paris. Bruno Le Maire, his French host, said that a private company shouldn’t “have the possibility to create a sovereign currency.”The remarks at the Chateau de Chantilly reveal the extent of the international backlash building against the proposed digital currency, just as U.S. lawmakers join the bandwagon of criticism against Facebook in Congressional hearings this week. Central banks have individually treated Libra with growing caution since its planned launch was announced on June 18, though they have yet to unify with a coordinated response.“Finance ministers and central bankers all have serious concerns on whether all rules have been followed and if regulations need to be changed to guarantee financial stability,” Scholz said. “Swift action is required” to address the Libra issue, he said.Le Maire, the French finance minister, has put the matter at the center of the agenda of the G-7 gathering. Regulators are worried about Facebook’s capacity to leverage its advanced technology and gigantic customer base to create a currency that would challenge the sovereignty of nation states.Libra might be one of the few areas of agreement as officials clash over most other aspects of the international economic order. France is at odds with the U.S. on a French plan to impose a tax on digital revenues of major companies, another theme at the G-7.On Libra, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has already bashed the Facebook proposal, and President Donald Trump criticized its effort via Twitter last week. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told lawmakers this month that he has “serious concerns’’ about the token and cast doubt on the company’s timeline for launching it by next year.“I fully share the concerns expressed by Mnuchin,” Le Maire said. “We cannot accept any exchange currencies with the same kind of power and same kind of role as a sovereign currency.”Le Maire and Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau have asked European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure to prepare a report on Libra, a summary of which is expected to be published Thursday.Not all officials attending the G-7 meeting have been as allergic to Facebook’s initiative. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, a former head of the Financial Stability Board, has said that his institution approaches the matter with “an open mind but not an open door,” while U.K. Chancellor Philip Hammond has said that “if it works, and it’s properly regulated, it could be transformative.”International Monetary Fund acting chief David Lipton, speaking on the eve of the gathering in France, cautioned that if Libra is “squelched” based on a simple view of the risks, that might block innovation.“You never know at the beginning how valuable a technology will be,” he said on Tuesday. “It requires experimentation and adaptation over years and often decades.”\--With assistance from Toru Fujioka, Jessica Shankleman and Saleha Mohsin.To contact the reporters on this story: Birgit Jennen in Chantilly at bjennen1@bloomberg.net;William Horobin in Chantilly at whorobin@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Craig Stirling at cstirling1@bloomberg.net, Zoe Schneeweiss, Chiara AlbaneseFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Trump threatens to investigate Google for ‘treason’ following Thiel segment on Fox News
    American City Business Journals40 minutes ago

    Trump threatens to investigate Google for ‘treason’ following Thiel segment on Fox News

    On a new crusade against Google, tech investor Peter Thiel found a sympathetic audience this week with President Donald Trump, who vowed to investigate the tech investor's unsubstantiated claims that Google may have committed “treason” by working with Chinese authorities.

  • Is Facebook (FB) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?
    Zacks58 minutes ago

    Is Facebook (FB) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?

    Is (FB) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?

  • Snap Renews Its Oft-Overlooked Ad Partnership With Baidu
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Snap Renews Its Oft-Overlooked Ad Partnership With Baidu

    China’s top search engine is selling Snapchat’s ads to Chinese advertisers.

  • Tech’s day of reckoning on Capitol Hill was long and harsh
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Tech’s day of reckoning on Capitol Hill was long and harsh

    Tech’s day of reckoning Tuesday on Capitol Hill started with skepticism about Facebook Inc.’s proposed digital currency, and ended with a spirited debate over charges of anti-conservative bias on Alphabet Inc.’s Google search. In between, the industry’s big four took some body blows from both political parties.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-France says Facebook's Libra not yet viable as G7 minister meet

    France said on Wednesday the conditions were not ripe for Facebook to go ahead with plans for its Libra digital coin, as G7 finance ministers gathered north of Paris on Wednesday for a meeting focused on reining in the powers of big tech giants. Facebook's recent announcement of plans to launch a digital coin has met with a chorus from regulators, central bankers and governments insisting it must respect anti-money-laundering rules and ensure the security of transactions and user data. "We cannot accept to have any exchange currencies with the same kind of power and the same kind of role of sovereign currencies," French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told journalists.

  • Big Tech facing antitrust hearings on Capitol Hill
    Yahoo Finance Videoyesterday

    Big Tech facing antitrust hearings on Capitol Hill

    Facebook is on Capitol Hill to defend its plans for Libra Cryptocurrency, as lawmakers on both sides have expressed serious concerns. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Jessica Smith, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland break down what to expect.

  • Rep. McHenry: Hearing Is 90% Facebook, 10% Digital Currency
    Bloomberg45 minutes ago

    Rep. McHenry: Hearing Is 90% Facebook, 10% Digital Currency

    Jul.17 -- Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-North Carolina) discusses hearings with Facebook and thoughts on their digital currency. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."