|Bid||35.80 x 1800|
|Ask||35.85 x 800|
|Day's Range||35.05 - 36.62|
|52 Week Range||22.04 - 47.79|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.43|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.45|
|Earnings Date||Feb 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||34.60|
President Donald Trump termed the ruling “a big big victory by a highly respected judge” and an alternative path to the long-time Republican goal of repeal-and-replace. “We’ll be able to get great health care,” Trump said Saturday during an unannounced visit to Arlington National Cemetery, where a “Wreaths Across America” holiday wreath-laying event was under way. The decision Friday finding the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional comes at the tail end of a six-week open enrollment period for the program in 2019 and underscores a divide between Republicans who have long sought to invalidate the law and Democrats who fought to keep it in place.
Reed O’Connor, appointed to the federal bench by President George W. Bush, ruled against Barack Obama’s signature health-care law three times, dealing the most serious blow Friday when he declared the entire law unconstitutional and cast uncertainty on insurance coverage for millions of Americans. While the ruling is sure to be appealed all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, it’s a remarkable victory for conservatives who fared poorly in other court challenges to the Affordable Care Act and were further frustrated in 2017 when a Republican-led Congress and President Donald Trump couldn’t muster the votes to abolish Obamacare.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is shaking up its YouTube business in a fashion that suggests selling ads may be more lucrative than selling content subscriptions. The shakeup involves Google ending the practice of restricting access to YouTube original content to paid subscribers. There is a paid subscription service called YouTube Premium that costs $12 a month and offers ad-free access to all videos on YouTube plus exclusive access to originals.
Twitter (TWTR) stock has surged over 25% in the last three months, while tech giants from Apple (AAPL) to Amazon (AMZN) have fallen as part of the broader market pullback. So, the question is should investors buy shares of Twitter heading into 2019?
Netflix (NFLX) is facing rising competition in the video streaming market. AT&T (T) is on track to launch its third video streaming service and it has its sight on taking market share from Netflix. Walt Disney (DIS) is not only withdrawing its movies from Netflix but also planning to launch a new video service to challenge Netflix in the video subscription market.
Shares of Nike (NKE) have fallen roughly 12% over the last three months as part of the larger market decline. Yet, the sportswear powerhouse has quickly revamped its business to focus on direct-to-consumer sales and has returned to growth in North America as it continues to expand around the globe.
Baidu (BIDU) has formed an AI partnership with the city of Shanghai. Baidu has agreed to set up an AI research center in the city under the partnership, according to Xinhua, and Baidu and the Shanghai municipal government have agreed to team up on smart city development.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) TTM (trailing-12- month) gross margin is 60.18%, while the industry and sector averages are 41.89% and 40.91%, respectively. Alphabet’s five-year gross margin is 61.61%.
Twitter TWTR is popular on Wall Street this year. The social network stock has surged nearly 50 percent since the beginning of 2018, crushing competition from Facebook FB and Snap SNAP , and tracking for its best annual performance ever. Todd Gordon , founder of TradingAnalysis.com, says the stock chart is setting up for an even bigger rally.
The celebrated landscape designers Julian and Isabel Bannerman say they dream “recurrently” of finding “a lost, unloved house in an overgrown garden, not to be found on any map”. The main writer is Isabel, whose vividly coloured style is punctuated with acute insight. The Bannermans have a reputation for imagination, fancy and underlying design which marks them out among garden designers in Britain.
A sharp slowdown in Chinese spending growth and manufacturing added to the gathering gloom around the international economy on Friday, sending financial markets lower around the world at the prospect of global loss of momentum. Wall Street responded badly to the news, with the S&P 500 closing 1.9 per cent lower on Friday, despite US President Donald Trump saying the “US is doing very well” in contrast to China. Mr Trump, who has helped dampen market sentiment by launching a fierce trade war, appeared to revel in the Chinese economic downturn, writing on Twitter that it could force Beijing to the bargaining table.
American-based oil refiners have been told to expect much lower shipments from the kingdom in January than in recent months following the OPEC agreement to reduce production, according to people briefed on the plans of state oil company Saudi Aramco. Saudi crude shipments to the U.S. next month could even test the 30-year low set in late 2017 of 582,000 barrels a day, down about 40 percent from the most recent three-month average, the same people said, asking not to be named as the information isn’t public. Fluctuations in U.S. crude imports and stockpiles have an outsize impact on the market because data are available on a weekly basis.
At the height of Narendra Modi’s 2016 demonetisation experiment, Shaktikanta Das was the Indian civil servant entrusted with defending the disruptive move to a stunned nation. In the following 12 months ...
The VitaminWater no phone for a year contest challenges contestants to go for a full 365 days without using a smartphone. This includes getting rid of their current smartphone, as well as not being able to use another person’s either. Users can sign up for the contest by posting a photo to Instagram or Twitter (NYSE:TWTR).
The KFC fire logs are made to replicate the scent of the company’s Secret Recipe it uses on its fried chicken. KFC says that the idea behind the weird fire logs is that they will fill the owner’s home with the scent of its chicken, which can induce strong memories. Here are some reactions to the KFC fire logs from Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) users.
Wix.com's (WIX) sound liquidity, cash flow and product innovation reflects that it is making investments in the right direction.
At a time when other social networking sites like Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) are struggling to figure out their place in the foreseeable future, Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) is enjoying the fact that it has just recently figured out what it is and how to sell itself. The pros are calling for sales growth of nearly 14% next year, though, which should drive the bottom line up to 89 cents per share of TWTR stock. The trading crowd hasn’t exactly priced Twitter shares like the growth machine it is.
Greg Kidd's track record includes early backing for Twitter, Square, Coinbase and 100 others. Why isn't he better known as a startup king?
was mentioned during Jim Cramer's "No Huddle Offense" during Wednesday night's Mad Money program. TWTR recently broke out above its early November high to establish a fresh uptrend. In the daily bar chart of TWTR, below, we can see a number of price gaps -- some of them in the uptrend from January to June and also a big downside gap in July.