|Bid||32.650 x 800|
|Ask||32.660 x 1200|
|Day's Range||32.53 - 33.30|
|52 Week Range||22.04 - 47.79|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.07|
|Earnings Date||Feb 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||34.60|
After launching on iOS, Twitter is giving Android users the ability to easily switch between seeing the reverse-chronological "latest tweets" and the algorithmic "top tweets" feeds on their home page. The company announced the rollout at a media event in New York. The "sparkle button" is a way for Twitter to appease long-time power tweeters while also shifting more of its user base to the algorithmic feed which the company says has served to increase the number of conversations happening on the platform.
Updates from Twitter: Product Development, Audience, and India(Continued from Prior Part)Twitter held 8.2% of the global social media market Twitter (TWTR) is planning to launch a new program to test new products and features at a time when the
Why Snap Has Plunged More than 10% TodaySnap stockBefore today, Snap (SNAP) stock had largely traded positively this year. The US tech stock had risen 18.7% in January as of yesterday, while the S&P 500 (SPY) and NASDAQ Composite (QQQ) had
Updates from Twitter: Product Development, Audience, and IndiaUsers to help inform Twitter’s product development decisionsTwitter (TWTR) is launching a new program in order to work more closely with its social network users in testing new products
Trimble (TRMB) boosts its Connected Forest Portfolio by releasing Connected Forest Xchange (CFX) and Connected Forest Business (CFB) solutions.
Microchip (MCHP) continues to capitalize on enhancing its solution range and improving capacity constraints along with new design wins
Keysight (KEYS) is well-poised to capitalize on the ongoing upbeat trends in the 5G market and strengthen its competitive position in the domain.
The New York lawmaker, who has become a sensation among progressives, will almost certainly join the House Financial Services Committee after a group of fellow Democrats on the party’s steering committee voted to recommend her for the panel on Tuesday, according to people familiar with the matter. Two other recently elected progressive Democrats, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Katie Porter of California, are also likely to join the panel, said the people said, who requested anonymity because the names of the new members have not yet been announced. Tulsi Gabbard, a lawmaker from Hawaii who says she plans to run for president in 2020, is also poised to join, the people said.
What to Expect from Alphabet’s Q4 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Telkom Kenya is using Loon’s technologyAs Alphabet (GOOGL) gears up to release its results for the fourth quarter of 2018, the company is about to start booking revenue from its
How to Invest Like Jeff Bezos: The Top Three Sectors to Watch(Continued from Prior Part)Key startup investmentsIn the previous article, we looked at Amazon (AMZN) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos’s key investments in the technology sector. While Twitter
What to Expect from Alphabet’s Q4 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Declining operating marginsAlphabet (GOOGL) is gearing up to report its results for the fourth quarter of 2018 on February 4. In the third quarter, the company made a profit of
The U.S. did move up a spot in the 2017 rankings published last month by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, passing South Korea. This is a useful corrective to the claim, made a lot by President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2016, that the U.S. is “the highest-taxed nation in the world.” But, as I’ve learned when writing about these tax rankings in the past, it’s not the end of the story. A key cause of this seeming discrepancy between taxes paid and services rendered is that health-care spending in the U.S. is so high: $10,206 per person in 2017 compared with $4,826 in Canada, and lower than that in lots of other affluent countries.
The ruling comes after a two-week trial in Manhattan that the government sought more than a dozen times to derail. The Supreme Court may have the last word, though the court will have to move quickly to let the Census Bureau meet its June deadline to start printing the questionnaire. Critics of the question -- “Is this person a citizen of the United States?” -- said it was an attempt by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to promote a Trump administration effort to undercount Hispanics and other minorities.