|Bid||12.850 x 36900|
|Ask||12.860 x 1400|
|Day's Range||12.690 - 13.090|
|52 Week Range||10.500 - 21.220|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 8, 2018 - Aug 13, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||11.76|
Instagram's meteoric rise continues, dwarfing the stagnant growth rates of
Facebook Inc-owned social network Instagram said on Wednesday it was adding a section dedicated to long-form video, expanding beyond its photo-sharing app roots in a competition among streaming services for consumers' time. Instagram Chief Executive Kevin Systrom said at an event in San Francisco that the section would be called IGTV and feature videos from rising internet celebrities and artists. It will begin as part of Instagram's app and also be available as a separate app, Systrom said.
Instagram is getting serious about video. -owned photo sharing site, now with over a billion users, launched a new longform vertical video platform called IGTV that will be available within Instagram as well as in a standalone app. "It's time for video to move forward and evolve," said Instagram CEO and co-founder Kevin System, saying that a new video service needed to be mobile first, simple and easy to discover quality content.
Facebook Inc.’s photo-sharing app Instagram has reached 1 billion monthly active users. To spur future growth, the company announced a new feature: Instagram television. Anyone will be able to upload videos for Instagram’s new IGTV section, which will display them full-screen and vertically, the way people naturally hold their phones.
Competition for eyes and ads keeps heating up as Alphabet, Snap, Twitter and Facebook's core platform all ratchet up original and curated content.
Snap has fallen 8.1 percent over the past two trading days, the worst performer in the S&P Software & Services Select Industry Index over the period. The slide began after disappointing user and advertising revenue growth led Cowen Inc. analyst John Blackledge to cut his revenue forecasts for the Los Angeles-based social network for the next six years. Blackledge, who rates Snap the equivalent of a sell, said that a Cowen survey suggested that users were spending less time on the app.
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Snapchat's parent company is moving into soft-scripted documentary shows featuring a YouTube star -- a recipe that hasn't worked for Google before.
Shares of Facebook Inc. (fb) are trading at record levels and topped $200 for the first time in Wednesday trading. If the gains hold, this would mark Facebook's third record high in the past week. Shares are now up more than 45% since late March, when news about the company's Cambridge Analytica scandal first broke.
U.S. stock futures are headed higher this morning. Wall Street is digesting yesterday’s trade-war induced plunge, with bargain hunters picking through the fallout. The situation remains precarious, however, with President Donald Trump calling for $200 billion in new tariffs on Chinese imports, and China promising to retaliate in kind.
Shares of Snap Inc. ( SNAP), the parent company of photo and video sharing platform Snapchat, sank 5.3% on Tuesday on a bearish note from one team of analysts that recommends selling shares and predicts that the company will report sales below expectations for the current quarter.
Shares of Snap Inc. are down 1.9% in premarket trading Wednesday after Needham analyst Laura Martin lowered her current-quarter and full-year revenue estimates but increased her profitability estimates. Martin's channel checks "suggest a dramatic slowdown of spending by brands on SNAP in 2Q vs 1Q." She said that the first quarter benefited from key events like the Grammys and the Super Bowl. Martin lowered her daily-active-user projections but raised her profit estimates due to "aggressive cost cutting." She has an underperform rating on the stock.
Social messaging and spectacles company Snap (SNAP) will keep growing—but Cowen & Co. analysts cooled their outlook for that growth Tuesday, citing concerns over advertiser satisfaction and user engagement. The bearish report helped Snap shares to a decline of more than 5% on Tuesday, leaving them off about 11% for the year. “Per our recent ad buyer survey, Snap was the lowest Social platform in key attributes like return on equity, data and user targeting,” they wrote.
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Investors are unhappy with Snap Inc. after Cowen analysts maintained the company'd Underperform rating, but lowered the price target to $9 from $10.When the market closed on Tuesday, Snap was down 5.2% to $13.31. The analysts lowered their expectations for Snap's total revenue for 2018 to $1.16 billion from $1.22 billion, and also dropped their forecasts for daily average users in the second quarter from 196 million from 194 million.
Cowen's monthly recurring survey of 2,500 U.S. consumers aged 18 and up reveals some negative trends that could negatively impact Snap Inc (NYSE: SNAP ). The Analyst Cowen's John Blackledge maintains an ...
Cowen reiterates its underperform rating on Snap shares, predicting the social media company will report sales below expectations.