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Last Updated: Jun 21, 2019 7:59 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$190.62

-0.52 -0.27%
After Hours Volume: 3.2M
Technology 0.72%
Close Chg Chg %
$191.14 1.61 0.85% 1.61 0.85%
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132.2% vs Avg.
Volume: 22.8M 65 Day Avg. - 17.2M
Open: 188.75
Close: 191.14
188.75 Day Low/High 192.00
Day Range
123.02 52 Week Low/High 218.62

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Key Data

  • Open $188.75
  • Day Range 188.75 - 192.00
  • 52 Week Range 123.02 - 218.62
  • Market Cap $517.61B
  • Shares Outstanding 2.4B
  • Public Float 2.35B
  • Beta 1.19
  • Rev. per Employee $1.57M
  • P/E Ratio 28.40
  • EPS $6.73
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 20.69M 05/31/19
  • % of Float Shorted 0.88%
  • Average Volume 17.2M

Performance

5 Day
  • 5.41%
1 Month
  • 5.57%
3 Month
  • 16.31%
YTD
  • 45.81%
1 Year
  • -5.25%

Recent News

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Bitcoin continues its rally, pokes above $11,000 level

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Facebook will soon have millions of customers at the Bank of Zuck

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I’m engaged to a ‘money monster’ who racks up parking tickets and credit-card debt

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Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra could be a ‘red line’ some people won’t cross

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Is your boss a psychopath?

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The antitrust suspects: Facebook and Apple appear to be most at risk

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Facebook Cryptocurrency Push Is About Bringing Users to Its Platform

As users move to private messaging apps, Facebook’s cryptocurrency effort provides an opportunity to make money part of those relationships.

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Amazon, GE, and Boeing Strike a Deal That Could Only Happen in Paris

Amazon signed a deal with General; Electric’s aircraft leasing unit at the Paris air show. The deal reveals a lot about the three companies.

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Stocks Soar. Yields Sink. What’s Next?

The Fed and other central banks are ready to ease policy in order to prevent an economic slump. A few theories on why lower rates are good news for both bonds and stocks.

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Letters to Barron’s

Letters on Mark Zuckerberg, monetary stimulus, Louis-Vincent Gave’s insights, the federal deficit, the U.S.-China trade war, the UT-Raytheon merger, and drug-distributor stocks

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California Creates a New Headache for Tech Companies

The state’s new digital privacy law will restrict the use of consumer data by Facebook, Google, and others.

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Here’s why you’re not using Facebook Messenger or Amazon’s Alexa to call customer support

Bitcoin price punches above $10,000 on CME, marking highest trade intraday in more than a year

Bitcoin prices rose solidly Friday, with futures on CME Group Inc. trading at a level above $10,000 for the first time since in about 15 months, according to FactSet data. Bitcoin futures for June delivery were up $375, or 3.9%, at $10,000 and had hit a peak at $10,060, which would represent the highest level for a most-active contract since March 8, 2018. On top of that, contracts months further in the future are also trading substantially higher, with the September contract trading at $10,145, after hitting a intraday peak at $10,200. Overall, bitcoin futures are up 174% so far this year as activity around cryptos and blockchain, the digital-ledger technology that underpins cryptocurrencies, has grown, with cryptos drawing greater interest from large institutions and not just digital-asset enthusiasts as was the case nearly two years ago during bitcoin's last surge back to near $20,000 in December of 2017 before prices cratered to a low at around $3.194 about seven months ago. Facebook Inc. , earlier this week announced that it is rolling out a crypto-oriented global digital payment known as Libra coin, which is backed by a consortium of companies, including payment processors Mastercard Inc. , PayPal Inc. and many others. Bitcoin's gain have outstripped those for equities and most other traditional assets, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up nearly 15% so far in 2019, the S&P 500 index boasting a gain of nearly 18% in the year to date and the Nasdaq Composite Index returning 21% thus far this year. Bitcoin began trading on CME's exchange back in December of 2017, not long after Cboe Global Markets Inc. rolled out the first bitcoin futures contract on Dec. 10, 2017. However, Cboe announced that it was abandoning its bitcoin futures efforts back in March.

Barron's

Amazon Stock Could Benefit From More Spending by Prime Members

Amazon is well-positioned to substantially grow Prime members’ average annual spending, Evercore ISI says.

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3 unsettling reasons Americans are giving less cash to charity

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Gold’s monster run could reach $1,600, say Citi analysts

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The U.S. stock market is like a drunken party — stay for a while but know when to leave

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Facebook’s cryptocurrency must be stopped

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Slack Ends First Day of Trading Valued at $23 Billion

The communications software firm jumped 49% from a “reference price” set Wednesday night.

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People who post about God on Facebook are more likely to develop these life-threatening conditions

Trump Middle East Peace Plan Calls for $50 Billion in Investment

The Trump administration’s Middle East peace plan would marshal $50 billion in investments over 10 years for the Palestinian territories and some neighbors. The blueprint makes no mention of some of the most difficult issues of the conflict.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Bitcoin Is Back Above $10,000 and Investors Say This Rally Is Different

Bitcoin rose over $10,000 for the first time in over a year, riding a new wave of optimism about the value and future of digital currencies.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Anti-Money-Laundering Watchdog Calls for Stronger Cryptocurrency Regulations

The global standard setter for anti-money-laundering laws called on countries to apply more scrutiny to virtual currency firms that transfer customer funds.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Trading Volume Soars on ‘Quad Witching’ Day

Traders had a busy day Friday, as it marked a quarterly collision that they call “quad witching.”

  • on The Wall Street Journal

PayPal’s Stock Drops After Management Move

Potential increased competition in the payments space wasn’t enough to end PayPal Holdings’s rally, but a management shake-up might be.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Carnival’s Foul Forecast Isn’t Clearing Up

Industry headwinds hit cruise line stocks Thursday, but could rock Carnival this year.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Skydiving, Mountain Climbing and Other Ways CEOs Terrify Their Shareholders

At work, top executives are asked to walk the knife edge between calculated risk and recklessness. No wonder so many fly planes in their spare time.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

In Sunny Cannes, Marketers Fret Over Dark Content Online

There was plenty of handwringing among attendees at the Cannes Lions ad festival who worried aloud and often about brand safety and data privacy online.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Hong Kong Protesters Gather Outside Government’s Central Offices

Hong Kong’s government closed its central offices as several hundred demonstrators gathered outside the complex, renewing protests over the handling of an extradition proposal.

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Enterprise-Technology Companies Trigger Investor Zeal

Slack Technologies Inc.’s soaring market debut on Thursday was the latest example of investors’ unquenchable appetite for tech companies building modern digital services for other businesses.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Advertisers Are Wary of Breaking Up Google and Facebook

Advertisers have griped about the power Google and Facebook wield over the digital ad market. But they are generally wary of breaking up the tech giants.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

House GOP Leader Wants a Data- Privacy Law

Bipartisan support for regulation of Google and Facebook grows after strict California rules are passed.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Millions of Business Listings on Google Maps Are Fake—and Google Profits

Google Maps is filled with false business addresses created by firms pretending to be nearby. Some are fibbing to get your business. Others are posted by predators seeing what they can take.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

With Slack’s Buzzy IPO, Email Takes Another Hit

Slack Technologies Inc.’s highflying trading debut reflects the rapid growth of cloud-enabled workplace collaboration tools, which are driving a shift from individual to group productivity, according to chief information officers, tech-firm executives and analysts.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How Masterpiece Cakeshop Fell Short

Lower courts are still taking a cramped approach to claims of artistic freedom.

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Philadelphia Takes Officers Off Street Over Racist Social-Media Posts

The Philadelphia Police Department put 72 officers on desk duty and a St. Louis prosecutor barred 22 officers from testifying in court, following revelations that law-enforcement officers in those and other U.S. cities posted racist or otherwise offensive comments on social media.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Political-News Sites Forge Ad Group to Compete With Facebook, Google

News sites from across the political spectrum hope the Digital News Alliance will help them compete better with Facebook and Google as the 2020 election cycle heats up.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Facebook’s Libra Needs Scrutiny, BOE’s Carney Says

Facebook’s Libra project should be carefully vetted by regulators, Bank of England Gov. Mark Carney is expected to say Thursday, offering an early insight into how the U.K. central bank will approach the new cryptocurrency.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Slack, Oracle, American Outdoor Brands, and Mondelez

Slack, which begins trading today, is one of Thursday’s stocks to watch, along with Oracle, American Outdoor Brands, and Mondelez International.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

YouTube Weighs Major Changes to Kids’ Content Amid FTC Probe

YouTube executives are debating moving all children’s content into the stand-alone YouTube Kids app, to better protect young viewers from objectionable videos.

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Howard Marks: This Time It's Different

Howard Marks: This Time It's Different

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Trump Middle East Peace Plan Calls for $50 Billion in Investment

The Trump administration’s Middle East peace plan would marshal $50 billion in investments over 10 years for the Palestinian territories and some neighbors. The blueprint makes no mention of some of the most difficult issues of the conflict.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

What Moved Markets This Week (Wall Street Breakfast Podcast)

What Moved Markets This Week (Wall Street Breakfast Podcast)

  • on Seeking Alpha

Bitcoin Is Back Above $10,000 and Investors Say This Rally Is Different

Bitcoin rose over $10,000 for the first time in over a year, riding a new wave of optimism about the value and future of digital currencies.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tiger Global Management LLC Buys Facebook Inc, Netflix Inc, RingCentral Inc, Sells Spotify ...

Tiger Global Management LLC Buys Facebook Inc, Netflix Inc, RingCentral Inc, Sells Spotify Technology SA, Booking Holdings Inc, Domino's Pizza Inc

  • on GuruFocus.com

Why Shopify Stock at $300 Makes Sense in the Big Picture

Why Shopify Stock at $300 Makes Sense in the Big Picture

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Libra: If Facebook And Bitcoin Had A Baby

Libra: If Facebook And Bitcoin Had A Baby

  • on Seeking Alpha

Anti-Money-Laundering Watchdog Calls for Stronger Cryptocurrency Regulations

The global standard setter for anti-money-laundering laws called on countries to apply more scrutiny to virtual currency firms that transfer customer funds.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Trading Volume Soars on ‘Quad Witching’ Day

Traders had a busy day Friday, as it marked a quarterly collision that they call “quad witching.”

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Nasdaq Today: Maintaining Altitude Amid Uncertainty

Nasdaq Today: Maintaining Altitude Amid Uncertainty

  • on InvestorPlace.com

PayPal’s Stock Drops After Management Move

Potential increased competition in the payments space wasn’t enough to end PayPal Holdings’s rally, but a management shake-up might be.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Carnival’s Foul Forecast Isn’t Clearing Up

Industry headwinds hit cruise line stocks Thursday, but could rock Carnival this year.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

The Best Is Yet to Come for Snap Stock

The Best Is Yet to Come for Snap Stock

  • on InvestorPlace.com

With Alibaba, It’s Not About You, It’s About China

With Alibaba, It’s Not About You, It’s About China

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Bitcoin and Bank Stocks Are the Losers If Facebook's Libra Wins

Bitcoin and Bank Stocks Are the Losers If Facebook’s Libra Wins

  • on GuruFocus.com

High Risk? Cannabis Sector's Legal Conflict Puts Investors In Haze

High Risk? Cannabis Sector's Legal Conflict Puts Investors In Haze

  • on benzinga.com

Skydiving, Mountain Climbing and Other Ways CEOs Terrify Their Shareholders

At work, top executives are asked to walk the knife edge between calculated risk and recklessness. No wonder so many fly planes in their spare time.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Netflix, Spotify, Microsoft, Cisco and Facebook

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Netflix, Spotify, Microsoft, Cisco and Facebook

  • on Zacks.com

IPO Success Makes Slack Stock A Gamble, Not An Investment

IPO Success Makes Slack Stock A Gamble, Not An Investment

  • on InvestorPlace.com

6 Stocks to Sell in the Back Half of 2019

6 Stocks to Sell in the Back Half of 2019

  • on InvestorPlace.com

AR and VR Smart Glasses Market Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again

AR and VR Smart Glasses Market Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

CryptoCorner: Reactions to Facebook&039;s Libra Following Announcement

CryptoCorner: Reactions to Facebook&039;s Libra Following Announcement

  • on Investorideas.com

SHAREHOLDER ALERT FOR FB, FAF, AND FLT: Hagens Berman Alerts FB, FAF, and FLT to the Firm's Investigations of Potential Management Breaches, Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

SHAREHOLDER ALERT FOR FB, FAF, AND FLT: Hagens Berman Alerts FB, FAF, and FLT to the Firm's Investigations of Potential Management Breaches, Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

  • on GlobeNewswire

SHAREHOLDER ALERT FOR FB, FAF, AND FLT: Hagens Berman Alerts FB, FAF, and FLT to the Firm's Investigations of Potential Management Breaches, Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

SHAREHOLDER ALERT FOR FB, FAF, AND FLT: Hagens Berman Alerts FB, FAF, and FLT to the Firm's Investigations of Potential Management Breaches, Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

  • on GlobeNewswire

3D Gaming Console Market: A Straight Overview of Growing Market & Future Trend

3D Gaming Console Market: A Straight Overview of Growing Market & Future Trend

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

CryptoCorner: Facebook Releases White Paper for &039;Libra&039;, FB Subsidiary Calibra Announced, Ripple Partners with MoneyGram

CryptoCorner: Facebook Releases White Paper for &039;Libra&039;, FB Subsidiary Calibra Announced, Ripple Partners with MoneyGram

  • on Investorideas.com

Facebook Aims at New Currency

Facebook Aims at New Currency

  • on Baystreet.ca

Thinking about buying stock in Sotheby's, Beyond Meat, Facebook, MoneyGram, or VBI Vaccines?

Thinking about buying stock in Sotheby's, Beyond Meat, Facebook, MoneyGram, or VBI Vaccines?

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Internet Marketing Company, fishbat, Discusses How Children & Youth Fashion Companies Can Benefit from the Instagram Shop Feature

Internet Marketing Company, fishbat, Discusses How Children & Youth Fashion Companies Can Benefit from the Instagram Shop Feature

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Cisco Systems, Facebook, NVIDIA, or Uber Technologies?

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Cisco Systems, Facebook, NVIDIA, or Uber Technologies?

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

CryptoCorner: Binance to Open US Division, Companies Form Governing Consortium With Investment in Facebook&039;s GlobalCoin

CryptoCorner: Binance to Open US Division, Companies Form Governing Consortium With Investment in Facebook&039;s GlobalCoin

  • on Investorideas.com

World Crypto Conference 2019 in Vegas Welcomes Facebook's Big Bet on Cryptocurrency

World Crypto Conference 2019 in Vegas Welcomes Facebook's Big Bet on Cryptocurrency

  • on NetworkNewsWire

World Crypto Conference 2019 in Vegas Welcomes Facebook's Big Bet on Cryptocurrency

World Crypto Conference 2019 in Vegas Welcomes Facebook's Big Bet on Cryptocurrency

  • on CryptoCurrencyWire

Facebook $FB Technical Update

Facebook $FB Technical Update

  • on Stock Traders Daily

FB ALERT: Hagens Berman Alerts Facebook, Inc. (FB) Shareholders to Privacy Compliance Email Investigation, Long-Term FB Shareholders May Contact Firm

FB ALERT: Hagens Berman Alerts Facebook, Inc. (FB) Shareholders to Privacy Compliance Email Investigation, Long-Term FB Shareholders May Contact Firm

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Thinking about buying stock in AMD, Alibaba, Beyond Meat, Facebook, or Motus GI?

Thinking about buying stock in AMD, Alibaba, Beyond Meat, Facebook, or Motus GI?

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Facebook $FB Technical Update

Facebook $FB Technical Update

  • on Stock Traders Daily

InvestorsObserver releases stock and option data on Cars.com, Facebook, Guess, Verizon, and Exxon Mobil

InvestorsObserver releases stock and option data on Cars.com, Facebook, Guess, Verizon, and Exxon Mobil

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Virtual Reality (VR) Helmet Market 2019 Report explores strategies of key players (HTC, Oculus, SONY, Letv, HUAWEI, LG)

Virtual Reality (VR) Helmet Market 2019 Report explores strategies of key players (HTC, Oculus, SONY, Letv, HUAWEI, LG)

  • on MarketersMedia

Monday's ETF Movers: GDXJ, FDN

Monday's ETF Movers: GDXJ, FDN

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

Facebook Inc. Cl A

Facebook, Inc. engages in the development of social media applications for people to connect through mobile devices, personal computers, and other surfaces. It enables users to share opinions, ideas, photos, videos, and other activities online. Its products include Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Oculus. The company was founded by Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris R. Hughes, Andrew McCollum, and Eduardo P. Saverin on February 4, 2004 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, CA. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 48 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Meet Group Inc. 2.29% $245.32M
Alphabet Inc. Cl A 1.09% $754.16B
Twitter Inc. -1.19% $27.79B
Renren Inc. Cl A ADR -0.99% $55.45M
IAC/InterActiveCorp. -2.53% $19.22B
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