|Bid||36.91 x 800|
|Ask||36.92 x 800|
|Day's Range||36.83 - 38.29|
|52 Week Range||26.19 - 47.79|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.04|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.43|
|Earnings Date||Jul 26, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||39.50|
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Twitter has confirmed it's testing higher ad loads on select users, and Post said the initial positive market reaction was appropriate. “We remain constructive on potential content and ad improvements from increased testing by Twitter, a potential driver that gained visibility with the prototype app launch in March,” Post wrote in a note. In addition to ad load testing, Post said Twitter is still testing and tweaking new app features as well, and management hinted on the first-quarter earnings call that prototype app testing is going well so far.
The stock market sold off early Thursday with heavy losses across the major stock indexes. Twitter stock is near a buy point.
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It’s also pushed one Republican, Michigan libertarian Justin Amash, to call for impeachment. Indeed, some are arguing that Trump may be the one who wants impeachment – as a 2020 general election strategy.
“Get these phony investigations over with,” Trump said he told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday at the White House. Minutes later, reporters were abruptly summoned to the White House Rose Garden, where a podium had been prepared for Trump to speak.
The tech giants sought to assure lawmakers that they take the threat of foreign influence seriously after being blindsided by Kremlin-backed disinformation campaigns on their platforms during the 2016 election. "There is no silver bullet, but we will continue to work to get it right," said Richard Salgado, Google’s director of law enforcement and information security.
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Twitter is the IBD Stock Of The Day, a social media pioneer with a cup-base chart formation that is approaching a buy point. Twitter stock jumped Wednesday on word it may increase ad loads.
The Bloomberg story comes after several journalists reported seeing more ads than usual on their Twitter feeds this week. On Tuesday, a Twitter spokesperson confirmed the company has been testing changes to its ad load. Twitter users’ ad loads vary depending on a number of factors, and not all users may be experiencing more ads.
is experimenting with ad load, the industry term for how often users see advertisements on their feed, the company confirmed in a statement to Bloomberg. "We are always running experiments with our ad experience, including with the various aspects of ad frequency and targeting," the social media company told Bloomberg. Twitter makes most of its money from advertisements but not every user sees the same number of ads.
Xi made the remarks on Monday while leaving the Long March memorial garden in Jiangxi Province, according to a video clip released by state television. The site marks the starting point of a lengthy migration from 1934 by the Communist Party’s military after setbacks that forced it to join with troops in northwest China.
The organizations' letter to the firms cited a recent Reuters report https://www.reuters.com/article/us-philipmorris-ecigs-instagram-exclusiv/exclusive-philip-morris-suspends-social-media-campaign-after-reuters-exposes-young-influencers-idUSKCN1SH02K documenting how cigarette maker Philip Morris International Inc has used young personalities on Instagram to sell a new "heated tobacco" product called IQOS. The groups said social media firms are not doing enough to regulate "influencers" on their platforms who are hired by companies to promote nicotine products.
Six people have died and about 200 have been injured in clashes in Jakarta following the official announcement on Tuesday that incumbent Joko Widodo had won the Indonesian presidential elections. News of the deaths, announced by the city’s governor Anies Baswedan, came as Indonesia’s chief security minister Wiranto said the government was partially blocking access to social media to try to calm the situation. “Certain features are to be deactivated to protect against the negative messages that continue to be disseminated to the community,” said Mr Wiranto, who goes by only one name.
Theresa May is facing pressure to abandon her Brexit deal and quit as British prime minister within days, according to people familiar with the matter. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the individuals said May’s allies know there is little hope of her Withdrawal Agreement Bill passing a crucial vote in the House of Commons, even after she promised MPs the chance to call a second referendum on Brexit. A number of officials inside the party believe she will face intense pressure from her own ministers to quit and make way for a new leader to try to deliver Brexit.
they will have a vote on whether to hold a second EU referendum and the possibility of a close customs arrangement with the bloc if they support her “bold new” Brexit deal. Aside from the bold move of promising MPs a vote on whether to put her Brexit deal to a confirmatory referendum, the prime minister’s latest offer also included pledges on workers’ rights, the environment, trade and the Northern Ireland question. To keep up with the latest Brexit news, sign up to FT Brexit Briefing newsletters.
Several new studies have found a surge in homegrown “junk news” about immigration and Islam, rather than explicit attacks by foreign actors on EU institutions and personalities, in the run-up to this week’s EU elections.
Twitter is rising in above average volume Wednesday, putting it closer to a cup-with-handle base buy point. The base is deep and messy, but the development of a handle is positive. This is the action you should look for if the stock breaks out.