TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
+0.3200 (+1.0146%)
As of 1:31PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close31.5400
Bid31.8300 x 1300
Ask31.8400 x 500
Day's Range31.7450 - 33.1200
52 Week Range14.4100 - 36.8000
Avg. Volume33,471,516
Market Cap23.891B
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.1500
Earnings DateApr 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est27.52
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  • Twitter doesn't care that someone is building a bot army in Southeast Asia
    TechCrunch6 hours ago

    Twitter doesn't care that someone is building a bot army in Southeast Asia

    Facebook's lack of attention to how third parties are using its service to

  • Barrons.com1 hour ago

    Tech Today: Shrinking iPhone Sales, Twitter's a Buy, Ericsson Shines

    Shares of Ericsson (ERIC) are up $1.18, or 18%, at $7.82, after the company this morning reported Q1 revenue of 43.4 billion Swedish krona, a little less than the Street’s 43.59 billion SEK estimate, but it also turned in a surprise profit of 0.11 SEK per share, where analysts had been expecting a loss of 0.21 SEK per share. Twitter (TWTR) shares are up $1.05, or 3%, at $32.59, after MKM Partners’s Rob Sanderson this morning raised his rating on the shares to Buy from Neutral, with a $40 price target, writing that it should be bought for "monetization gains,” and he’s impressed by “a rebound in user growth with Daily Average Users up double-digits for five quarters." Sanderson thinks "the uber-bull case that TWTR eventually reaches the mainstream market is still on the table." It’s time for everyone to cut their Apple (AAPL) iPhone estimates in advance of the company’s earnings report May 2.

  • Investopedia2 hours ago

    Twitter a Buy on Market Potential: MKM Partners

    MKM Partners, the firm that once called a sell-off in Twitter Inc. ( TWTR) stock, now says its shares are a buy. Analyst Rob Sanderson upgraded Twitter to buy from neutral with a 12-month price target of $40 saying he believes the company is “here to stay” and has “mass market potential.” The price target is 27% higher than the closing price of Twitter shares on Thursday. "We think execution was sub-par for about three years leading into 2017 and has improved under the return of its co-founder as CEO (Jack Dorsey)," Sanderson said in a note.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Ahead of Malaysian polls, bots flood Twitter with pro-government messages

    Just weeks before Malaysia goes to the polls, automated accounts known as bots are flooding Twitter with tens of thousands of pro-government and anti-opposition messages, according to a review of the tweets by Reuters and a U.S. digital media research institute. Asked about the matter, San Francisco-based Twitter Inc said it was focused on identifying and suspending accounts that violate its spam policies. A source close to the matter said the company had suspended 500 accounts involved in the messages on the Malaysian election since they involved spam or malicious automation.

  • Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR): Time For A Financial Health Check
    Simply Wall St.3 hours ago

    Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR): Time For A Financial Health Check

    Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), a large-cap worth US$23.65B, comes to mind for investors seeking a strong and reliable stock investment. Doing business globally, large caps tend to have diversified revenue streamsRead More...

  • Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Via Twitter, Trump Turns Into Cross-Asset Strategist-in-Chief

    U.S. President Donald Trump hasn’t been shy about using Twitter to deliver pronouncements about an increasingly wide range of asset classes. “Looks like OPEC is at it again,” Trump tweeted Friday morning. To be fair, Saudi Arabia’s purported ambition to get oil near $80 a barrel was enough to move global oil prices earlier this month, so it isn’t unreasonable to suspect Trump might be able to have an impact on crude as well, however fleeting.

  • TheStreet.com3 hours ago

    Twitter a Bright Spot as Apple, Semiconductors and Oil Struggle

    The negative narrative that began Thursday with the poor action in the semiconductor space due to worries about smartphone sales is gaining further traction Friday morning. prospects have declined due to increased competition and there is a very large reduction in second-quarter orders in China. What's more, the trade war with China is gaining traction, which is adding headwinds to the equation.

  • Facial Recognition Suit Could Cost Facebook Billions
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Facial Recognition Suit Could Cost Facebook Billions

    A federal judge in California ruled recently that Facebook (FB) must face a class-action lawsuit over claims that its facial recognition technology violated an Illinois law, the BBC reported. The company is accused of invading the privacy of its users by gathering and storing biometric data without their consent.

  • A Look at Twitter from Another Angle
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    A Look at Twitter from Another Angle

    Twitter (TWTR) generated investor returns of -15.7% in the trailing-one-month period and 101.1% in the trailing-12-month period. TWTR stock rose 2.4% in the trailing-five-day period.

  • Can Twitter (TWTR) Deliver a Beat This Earnings Season?
    Zacks3 hours ago

    Can Twitter (TWTR) Deliver a Beat This Earnings Season?

    Twitter's (TWTR) first-quarter results are likely to be driven by higher ad revenues on the back of improving video advertisements.

  • It Cost $20 Million to Secure and Transport Facebook’s CEO
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    It Cost $20 Million to Secure and Transport Facebook’s CEO

    It seems Mark Zuckerberg is one of Facebook’s (FB) most valuable assets. Facebook bumped up the budget toward Zuckerberg’s security by 50% in 2017, spending more than $7.3 million to protect the top executive during a year in which the company came under sharp criticism over its role in spreading false news and political propaganda.

  • Why Twitter Might Want to Build a Snapchat Clone
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Why Twitter Might Want to Build a Snapchat Clone

    Twitter (TWTR) is scheduled to report its 1Q18 results amid rumors of the company secretly building a product that mimics Snapchat. According to a recent CNBC article, Twitter has already developed a working demo of its Snapchat clone, and it has been showing off the product to its advertising partners. Facebook (FB) has copied several Snapchat features that have become popular on its digital properties such as WhatsApp and Instagram.

  • How Twitter’s Spending Practice Is Shifting
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    How Twitter’s Spending Practice Is Shifting

    Twitter (TWTR) has indicated that it’s shifting gears in its spending practice in 2018. Last year, it focused on suppressing costs by prioritizing profitability over growth. It achieved a profitability milestone, turning its first quarterly profit as a public company in 4Q17.

  • CNBC7 hours ago

    Analyst who nailed Twitter's sell-off just upgraded the stock to buy

    MKM Partners' Rob Sanderson upgrades Twitter to buy from neutral. Shares of Twitter jumped more than 3 percent in premarket trading Friday after the upgrade. MKM Partners' Rob Sanderson downgraded Twitter TWTR in June 2015 shortly before the stock would be cut in half on disappointing user growth and advertising revenue.