TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
28.60
+0.10 (+0.35%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT

28.75 +0.15 (0.52%)
Pre-Market: 7:41AM EDT

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Previous Close28.50
Open28.33
Bid28.65 x 3000
Ask28.90 x 800
Day's Range27.93 - 29.11
52 Week Range16.57 - 47.79
Volume20,249,039
Avg. Volume27,481,312
Market Cap21.592B
Beta0.42
PE Ratio (TTM)92.56
EPS (TTM)0.31
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est33.69
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Twitter will help you prepare for election day
    Engadget13 hours ago

    Twitter will help you prepare for election day

    As the US heads closer to November's midterm elections, a number of social platforms are making an effort to encourage their users to vote. The latest to join in is Twitter, which launched its #BeAVoter campaign today. Through the campaign, Twitter will connect users to TurboVote, a nonprofit that can help them register to vote, sign up for election reminders and apply for absentee ballots.

  • What to expect when Apple, Amazon, and Google get grilled in Congress this week
    Yahoo Finance22 hours ago

    What to expect when Apple, Amazon, and Google get grilled in Congress this week

    Senators are expected to grill executives from Apple, Amazon, Twitter, Google and a slew of other companies during a hearing on Sept. 26. Here's what we want them to ask.

  • Financial Times8 hours ago

    [$$] How to deal with your team members’ personal crises

    In my head, I called these “Jonny Wilkinson discussions” because the door-closing reminded me of the former England rugby star’s elegant leg swing as he kicked for the posts. Sometimes the Jonny Wilkinson talk was about an internal squabble. More often it was about a personal or family problem, of which there was a huge variety.

  • U.S. Justice Department to discuss consumer protection at social media meeting
    Reuters12 hours ago

    U.S. Justice Department to discuss consumer protection at social media meeting

    The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it will hold a "listening session" with officials from more than a dozen states on Tuesday to discuss consumer protection and the technology industry, an agency official said. The meeting, first announced on Sept. 5, was called by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss whether social media companies have intentionally stifled "the free exchange of ideas." It followed criticisms by President Donald Trump of social media outlets, alleging unfair treatment of conservatives. Sessions will meet with attorneys general or representatives from California, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, and Texas, among others, said the official, who declined to be named.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    U.S. Justice Dept to discuss consumer protection at social media meeting

    The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it will hold a "listening session" with officials from more than a dozen states on Tuesday to discuss consumer protection and the technology industry, an agency official said. The meeting, first announced on Sept. 5, was called by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss whether social media companies have intentionally stifled "the free exchange of ideas." It followed criticisms by President Donald Trump of social media outlets, alleging unfair treatment of conservatives. Discussions are expected to focus on companies like Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Google owner Alphabet Inc , which have been accused by some conservatives of seeking to exclude their ideas.

  • Twitter (TWTR) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know
    Zacks14 hours ago

    Twitter (TWTR) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know

    Twitter (TWTR) closed the most recent trading day at $28.59, moving +0.32% from the previous trading session.

  • Will Government's Antitrust Investigation Derail Tech Giants?
    Zacks14 hours ago

    Will Government's Antitrust Investigation Derail Tech Giants?

    Facebook (FB), Google (GOOGL) and Twitter (TWTR) are likely to come under review due to the antitrust probe by the U.S. Government.

  • Benzinga15 hours ago

    Most Americans Still Get News From Social Media, But Many Question Its Accuracy

    The survey showed that about two-thirds of American adults or about 68 percent get news at least occasionally on social media. Facebook is the preferred social media news source, with 43 percent accessing news from this avenue, while 12 percent get news from YouTube and 12 percent from Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR).

  • Diesel Porsche Gets Dropped From Company’s Lineup
    InvestorPlace18 hours ago

    Diesel Porsche Gets Dropped From Company’s Lineup

    Porsche CEO Oliver Blume made the announcement on Monday that the company will no longer release diesel Porsche variants. Blume makes clear in his statement that the death of the diesel Porsche isn’t an effort by the company to “demonizing” the fuel. Instead, he simply states that Porsche is more interested in being a diesel-free company.

  • Big Tech is in the crosshairs of regulation
    MarketWatch20 hours ago

    Big Tech is in the crosshairs of regulation

    The federal government should take a look at the business practices of the Big Tech companies, but it should be careful not to squelch free speech, writes Peter Morici.

  • Twitter Is Now Showing Live Broadcasts Higher on Its Timeline
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    Twitter Is Now Showing Live Broadcasts Higher on Its Timeline

    Since losing ~1 million subscribers in the second quarter, Twitter (TWTR) has stepped up its efforts to make its platform more attractive, hoping this will translate into more people joining its platform and existing subscribers using its service more. In addition to bringing back its old format of surfacing tweets in chronological order, Twitter has also moved to show live broadcasts at the top of users’ timelines. It said it was making the change to make it easier for users to discover and watch live broadcasts, such as breaking news or sports.