|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||70.84 x 800|
|Day's Range||69.94 - 73.20|
|52 Week Range||34.14 - 101.15|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||4.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 6, 2018 - Nov 12, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||85.97|
The small businesses that Square helped get up and running are now growing up, and that is good news for shareholders. Here's how Square is selling to larger merchants than ever before.
President, CEO & Chairman of Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) Jack Dorsey sold 103,035 shares of SQ on 11/14/2018 at an average price of $71.51 a share.
Air quality in the Bay Area reached "very unhealthy" levels on Thursday night, prompting companies to encourage employees to work from home or shut down their offices altogether.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 16, 2018 / U.S. equities regained footing on Thursday as oil prices climbed and hopes of a trade agreement between the U.S. and China raised investor’s optimism. The ...
Square—Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s other company—is one of the high flyers in the race to reinvent how we pay for things. The San Francisco company’s stock is up 80% in the past year, and that’s even after coming down from highs reached in September. Square’s valuation has soared so much, short sellers are parsing its…
Right from its initial public offering, SQ stock made a huge impression on Wall Street. Square stock hasn’t disappointed. Notably, SQ stock is valued at 94-times forward earnings and 10-times trailing sales.
Underlying Shopify stock is an attractive, and fast-growing business. Indeed, I’ve laid out the bull case for SHOP in the past. After explosive gains from an IPO price of just $17, Shopify stock has settled into a wide range from $120 to $170 over the past ten months.
Barclays analyst Ramsey El-Assal labeled PayPal Holdings Inc. his top pick in payments and processing late Wednesday in initiating coverage of the category. "PayPal remains a scarce asset levered to most dynamic parts of the payments industry," wrote El-Assal, who began coverage of the stock with an overweight rating and $110 price target. He sees PayPal shares as attractive given that the company has a market capitalization of roughly $100 billion but is growing organic revenue by about 20%. El-Assal wrote that PayPal has significant exposure to "tech-enabled" online channels as well as fast-growing international markets. He's also upbeat about opportunities from Venmo. "Given Venmo revenue historically has carried no profit, even modest uptake of monetization should have an outsized earnings impact," he said. El-Assal also assigned overweight ratings to shares of Visa Inc. , Mastercard Inc. , and Square Inc. , among other payments names. PayPal's stock ended Wednesday's regular session up 0.3% and was up 0.4% in after-hours trading. The S&P 500 dropped 0.8% on Wednesday.
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Square Inc. is deepening its services offerings by giving small businesses the ability to offer employee benefits through its platform.
Square, Inc. (SQ) today launched employee benefit offerings within Square Payroll, providing small businesses who use Square Payroll access to quality, affordable benefits like health insurance and retirement savings. Benefits are flexible, easy-to-use, and seamlessly integrate with the rest of Square Payroll, removing the administrative complexity businesses typically face with offering benefits. In addition to providing businesses a new tool that can attract and retain world class talent, certain employee benefits can even save businesses money by reducing their payroll tax burden, at no out of pocket cost.
The payments company is giving sellers that use Square for payroll the option to provide health care, retirement savings and other benefits to their employees. The product adds to Square's growing small business product suite, which includes loans and payment processing. Square is ramping up its bet on small businesses by offering big company benefits.
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Square Inc. (SQ) has been a favorite of growth investors within the financial technology space over the last couple of years. The electronic payment solutions provider for small businesses has seen its share price multiply more than seven times since being listed at the end of 2015. The management team has also been actively diversifying its services to include data analytics, loans and inventory management solutions.
Square, Inc. (SQ) in partnership with the National Christmas Tree Association released a data report analyzing Square sales from thousands of Christmas tree farmers and sellers across the country. According to Square sales data, the report shows that Christmas tree prices increased 17% from 2015 to 2017, with the average price rising from $64 to $73. Industry experts from the National Christmas Tree Association estimate prices will hold steady this year, with plenty of trees to go around and that every consumer who wants a real tree will be able to buy one.
Prices for the iconic holiday trees have surged 17 percent in the past two years, driven by younger consumers who are increasingly seeking locally grown, natural trees, according to a new report from the National Christmas Tree Association and Square Inc. Demand for Christmas trees had previously waned as baby boomers sought artificial trees as their kids moved out of the house, according to the report. Average prices for the natural trees rose to $73 in 2017 from $64 in 2015, and costs are expected to hold steady in 2018, the report said.
The top 25 highest paid CFOs make more than $250 million in compensation each year combined. The data comes from a survey prepared for the San Francisco Business Times by Equilar Inc., which calculates total compensation to include base salary, discretionary and performance-based cash bonuses, the grant date value of stock and option awards and other compensation. CFOs from tech giants like Apple, Facebook, Electronic Arts and Twitter top the list, with financial chiefs from fintechs and banks falling short behind. While the highest salary of almost $2 million is made by John Shrewsberry of banking behemoth Wells Fargo, the bulk of compensation for these CFOs comes in the form of stock awards.