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Volume: 4.3M 65 Day Avg. - 13.4M
Open: 197.42
Last: 198.05
196.92 Day Low/High 199.07
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123.02 52 Week Low/High 208.66

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Key Data

  • Open $197.42
  • Day Range 196.92 - 199.07
  • 52 Week Range 123.02 - 208.66
  • Market Cap $563.39B
  • Shares Outstanding 2.41B
  • Public Float 2.38B
  • Beta 1.19
  • Rev. per Employee $1.57M
  • P/E Ratio 31.73
  • EPS $6.26
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 26.29M 10/31/19
  • % of Float Shorted 1.11%
  • Average Volume 13.35M

Performance

5 Day
  • 2.54%
1 Month
  • 6.26%
3 Month
  • 8.80%
YTD
  • 51.08%
1 Year
  • 46.90%

Recent News

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  • WSJ

Facebook may boost minimum amount of people targeted by specific political ads: WSJ

Facebook discussing changes to political ad policy: WSJ

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Why investors in U.S. stocks shouldn’t underestimate Hong Kong as a big risk

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Forget Big Tech monopolies — the better stock-market investment is in oligopolies

A Bet on Beaten-Down Kohl’s Stock Rebounding

Options offer a way to position for a rebound in lagging stocks. Plus, updated advice about trading weed stocks.

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How much spending money should you give a college student?

Hedge Funds Sell Netflix and Facebook, Buy GM and Lowe’s

Hedge funds doubled down on their health-care and industrials investments in the third quarter, while financials and consumer staples remained out of favor. Here’s a rundown.

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Amnesty International blasts Facebook, Google as human rights abusers

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Google to limit targeting of political ads

Facebook to introduce new safety tools for advertisers

Facebook Inc. on Wednesday announced new safety tools for advertisers that give them more control over the content where the ads appear. The social-networking giant said it is working with digital-brand companies Integral Ad Science, OpenSlate, and Zefr on the tools, which are expected to be rolled out next year. Facebook's announcement comes amid a swirl of controversy over its decision to run ads from politicians, regardless of their content. Facebook shares are up 50% this year; the S&P 500 index is up 23.6% this year.

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Charting a (slight) market divergence: Dow industrials pressured as Nasdaq tags record high

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Our guide to buying gifts for your parents — the hardest people to shop for

Podcast: Apple, Facebook, Google, Amazon on Track for Best Year Since 2009

Listen to Wednesday morning’s episode of Barron’s mini-podcast Numbers By Barron’s.

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GateHouse, Gannett merger is official, creating largest U.S. newspaper chain

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‘Performance chasing’ and Trump’s impeachment process could push the Dow to 30,000

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Marissa Mayer is back with a new startup focusing on artificial intelligence

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Don’t make the same critical resume mistake that ex-Trump official Mina Chang reportedly made

How to Generate Income in Retirement With Dividend Stocks

Investors are increasingly turning to equities with cash payouts for their nest eggs. But the strategies carry risk if not done right.

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One more reason to delete Facebook that has nothing to do with privacy or mental health

Big Tech Promised to Reinvent Banking. It Didn’t.

Companies such as Alphabet and Apple are learning that beating the big banks in fintech isn’t so easy. So instead, they’re joining them.

Facebook Weighs Steps to Curb Super-Targeted Political Ads

Facebook Inc. is considering making changes to its political-advertising policy that could include preventing campaigns from targeting only very small groups of people, people familiar with the matter said, in an effort to spurn the spread of misinformation as tech firms roll out new political advertising policies.

on The Wall Street Journal

Corporate Executives Try to Assess Potential Impact of Suggested Tax Rules Amid Lack of Detail

Corporate tax chiefs are trying to assess the potential implications of a proposal for a new global tax system for consumer-facing businesses, an effort that is being complicated by what some companies describe as a lack of critical details.

on The Wall Street Journal

Google to Restrict Political Ad Targeting on Its Platforms

Under the new policy, political ads can only be targeted based on users’ age, gender and postal code.

on The Wall Street Journal

The Campaign Data Arms Race

The GOP reclaimed its supremacy in 2016. Can the Democrats come back in 2020?

on The Wall Street Journal

GDPR Decision on WhatsApp Delayed Over Company’s Concerns

A decision in Ireland’s privacy investigation into Facebook’s WhatsApp has been delayed because the company’s lawyers raised concerns about how the regulator will share potentially sensitive commercial data with authorities in other European countries.

on The Wall Street Journal

Corporate Stalwart Sees Way to Make Tech Better

Kenneth Chenault, who ran American Express for 17 years, is now a venture capitalist, investing money and management wisdom in a younger generation of leaders as they confront their own distinct challenges. 

on The Wall Street Journal

What Fewer Billionaires Could Mean for the Rest of Us

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax of up to 6% a year, coupled with other levies, would shrink the ranks and fortunes of billionaires, but it isn’t clear that is good for the country.

on The Wall Street Journal

Corporate Stalwart Sees Way to Make Tech Better

Kenneth Chenault, who ran American Express for 17 years, is now a venture capitalist, investing money and management wisdom in a younger generation of leaders as they confront their own distinct challenges. 

on The Wall Street Journal

Gannett Looks to Spare Journalists’ Jobs After Merger

The chief executive of the newspaper giant formed by the merger of USA Today publisher Gannett and GateHouse Media said the new company would make deep cost reductions but pledged to avoid big newsroom layoffs.

on The Wall Street Journal

Technology Stocks Head Toward Best Year in a Decade

Regulatory scrutiny and mixed earnings aren’t stopping tech stocks from rallying. The S&P 500 technology sector’s 41% gain for the year has put it well above the wider index’s 25% climb.

on The Wall Street Journal

Big Stocks Give S&P 500 an Edge

The broad stock-market index is outpacing for a third consecutive year its equal-weighted counterpart that avoids playing favorites based on size.

on The Wall Street Journal

The Lucrative Selling of SAT-Takers’ Names

In the midst of scandals and list buying, higher education is missing a great opportunity to expand diversity with neurodiversity (autism, ADHD, dyslexia, etc.).

on The Wall Street Journal

Why Cheap Money Hasn’t Led to a Corporate Spending Boom

Weak economic growth made new factories unappealing, while the disruptive technologies where investors wanted to spend didn’t involve much investment.

on The Wall Street Journal

Tackle Box for the Modern Fisherman: Rod, Reel, Drone

Anglers use the flying machines to ferry fishing lines and drop bait in distant spots where the big fish swim. ‘Lots of things could go wrong.’

on The Wall Street Journal

Tackle Box for the Modern Fisherman: Rod, Reel, Drone

Anglers use the flying machines to ferry fishing lines and drop bait in distant spots where the big fish swim. ‘Lots of things could go wrong.’

on The Wall Street Journal

TikTok Explores Rebranding to Shake Off Chinese Roots

TikTok this year made history as China’s first social-media company to make it big in the U.S. Now, it wants to shed its label as a Chinese brand.

on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Is a Prominent Face of the Brand

John Legere’s absence from T-Mobile US after he steps down as chief executive officer next year will be noticed, not least because he has made himself so noticeable.

on The Wall Street Journal

FTC Says Several Tech Antitrust Probes Are Under Way

The Federal Trade Commission is pursuing several antitrust probes into online platforms, the agency said, suggesting a broader review of the technology sector than previously known.

on The Wall Street Journal

Facebook, Censorship and Political Speech

The problem at hand isn’t politically incorrect content that might offend American liberals. It entails covert, fraudulent and often illegal campaigns to manipulate public opinion ahead of elections around the world.

on The Wall Street Journal

Ailing Art Collector Faces a Very Modern Problem: Mountains of Debt

The art world is getting a crash course in leverage, and worries are growing that cases like Donald Bryant’s could prove a tipping point for banks and borrowers alike amid an increasingly skittish market. Monthly interest payments: $300,000.

on The Wall Street Journal

Recent News

  • Other News
  • Press Releases

Facebook Weighs Steps to Curb Super-Targeted Political Ads

Facebook Inc. is considering making changes to its political-advertising policy that could include preventing campaigns from targeting only very small groups of people, people familiar with the matter said, in an effort to spurn the spread of misinformation as tech firms roll out new political advertising policies.

on The Wall Street Journal

Why Facebook Stock Could Soon Enjoy a Breakout

Why Facebook Stock Could Soon Enjoy a Breakout

on InvestorPlace.com

Time Will Tell if Pinterest Is an Idea or a Business

Time Will Tell if Pinterest Is an Idea or a Business

on InvestorPlace.com

3 Big Stock Charts for Thursday: Facebook, Perrigo, and Alteryx

3 Big Stock Charts for Thursday: Facebook, Perrigo, and Alteryx

on InvestorPlace.com

Paradigm Shift: Growth Vs. Value

Paradigm Shift: Growth Vs. Value

on Seeking Alpha

Facebook Stock is Poised for Record Highs as it Fights Off Controversy

Facebook Stock is Poised for Record Highs as it Fights Off Controversy

on InvestorPlace.com

Corporate Executives Try to Assess Potential Impact of Suggested Tax Rules Amid Lack of Detail

Corporate tax chiefs are trying to assess the potential implications of a proposal for a new global tax system for consumer-facing businesses, an effort that is being complicated by what some companies describe as a lack of critical details.

on The Wall Street Journal

Google to Restrict Political Ad Targeting on Its Platforms

Under the new policy, political ads can only be targeted based on users’ age, gender and postal code.

on The Wall Street Journal

The Campaign Data Arms Race

The GOP reclaimed its supremacy in 2016. Can the Democrats come back in 2020?

on The Wall Street Journal

Google adds new limits to political ad targeting

Google adds new limits to political ad targeting

on Seeking Alpha

Glenn Greenberg Exits Facebook, Trims Alphabet

Glenn Greenberg Exits Facebook, Trims Alphabet

on GuruFocus.com

GDPR Decision on WhatsApp Delayed Over Company’s Concerns

A decision in Ireland’s privacy investigation into Facebook’s WhatsApp has been delayed because the company’s lawyers raised concerns about how the regulator will share potentially sensitive commercial data with authorities in other European countries.

on The Wall Street Journal

Betting on Microsoft Stock Means Betting on Regulatory Capture

Betting on Microsoft Stock Means Betting on Regulatory Capture

on InvestorPlace.com

Bulls and Bears Can Bite Into These FANG Stocks Today

Bulls and Bears Can Bite Into These FANG Stocks Today

on InvestorPlace.com

Comparative Performance Will Determine the Future of PayPal Stock

Comparative Performance Will Determine the Future of PayPal Stock

on InvestorPlace.com

Corporate Stalwart Sees Way to Make Tech Better

Kenneth Chenault, who ran American Express for 17 years, is now a venture capitalist, investing money and management wisdom in a younger generation of leaders as they confront their own distinct challenges. 

on The Wall Street Journal

Lyft Stock May Stay in Neutral for Awhile

Lyft Stock May Stay in Neutral for Awhile

on InvestorPlace.com

What Fewer Billionaires Could Mean for the Rest of Us

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax of up to 6% a year, coupled with other levies, would shrink the ranks and fortunes of billionaires, but it isn’t clear that is good for the country.

on The Wall Street Journal

Saudi Aramco IPO Resembles WeWork, Raising Concerns Over Economy

Saudi Aramco IPO Resembles WeWork, Raising Concerns Over Economy

on InvestorPlace.com

Continued User Growth Is Going to Send SNAP Stock Higher

Continued User Growth Is Going to Send SNAP Stock Higher

on InvestorPlace.com

Google Takes Steps To Limit Misleading Political Advertisements

Google Takes Steps To Limit Misleading Political Advertisements

on Baystreet.ca

Thinking about trading options or stock in Facebook, Microsoft, Roku, Square, or UnitedHealth Group?

Thinking about trading options or stock in Facebook, Microsoft, Roku, Square, or UnitedHealth Group?

on PR Newswire - PRF

CryptoCorner: Visa Developing Policy-Compliant Fair Computing Solution that Leverages Blockchain, Libra Association Publishes Blog Outlining Recent Highlights

CryptoCorner: Visa Developing Policy-Compliant Fair Computing Solution that Leverages Blockchain, Libra Association Publishes Blog Outlining Recent Highlights

on Investorideas.com

Facebook $FB Trading Report

Facebook $FB Trading Report

on Stock Traders Daily

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Alibaba, Walt Disney Co, Facebook, or Tesla?

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Alibaba, Walt Disney Co, Facebook, or Tesla?

on PR Newswire - PRF

Tech Giants Continue To Find New Competition In The Online Calendar Space

Tech Giants Continue To Find New Competition In The Online Calendar Space

on IAM Newswire

Facebook Stock Influenced by Instagram and Whatsapp

Facebook Stock Influenced by Instagram and Whatsapp

on Investing Alerts

Virtual Reality (VR) Thematic Research Report 2019 - VR Market was Worth $7B in 2018 and is Projected to Reach $28B by 2030 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Virtual Reality (VR) Thematic Research Report 2019 - VR Market was Worth $7B in 2018 and is Projected to Reach $28B by 2030 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

on BusinessWire - BZX

Roku's Earnings Exhibited Its Leadership Position

Roku's Earnings Exhibited Its Leadership Position

on IAM Newswire

Thinking about trading options or stock in Boeing, Citigroup, Facebook, NVIDIA, or Walmart?

Thinking about trading options or stock in Boeing, Citigroup, Facebook, NVIDIA, or Walmart?

on PR Newswire - PRF

Cornerstone Joins Forces with Facebook to Enhance the Value of Virtual Reality Training at Work

Cornerstone Joins Forces with Facebook to Enhance the Value of Virtual Reality Training at Work

on BusinessWire - BZX

Location-based Virtual Reality Market 2019 Evolving Technology, Growth Analysis And Future Outlook – Survios, Hologate, Zero Latency PTY, Oculus VR, HTC Vive Tech

Location-based Virtual Reality Market 2019 Evolving Technology, Growth Analysis And Future Outlook – Survios, Hologate, Zero Latency PTY, Oculus VR, HTC Vive Tech

on Market Insight Reports

Virtual Reality (VR) Market Enhancement and Developments by 2025 : CyberGlove Systems LLC, Oculus VR LLC

Virtual Reality (VR) Market Enhancement and Developments by 2025 : CyberGlove Systems LLC, Oculus VR LLC

on Market Insight Reports

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Walt Disney Co, Facebook, Netflix, or Tesla?

Thinking about trading options or stock in Apple, Walt Disney Co, Facebook, Netflix, or Tesla?

on PR Newswire - PRF

Facebook Helps to Protect the 2020 US Elections

Facebook Helps to Protect the 2020 US Elections

on PR Newswire - PRF

CryptoCorner: Zuckerberg Vindicated as China Makes Moves in Blockchain Space, and Volkswagen Joins Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network

CryptoCorner: Zuckerberg Vindicated as China Makes Moves in Blockchain Space, and Volkswagen Joins Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network

on Investorideas.com

JUUL had plenty of help blowing Smoke up our Asses

JUUL had plenty of help blowing Smoke up our Asses

on 247MarketNews

Facebook $FB Trading Report

Facebook $FB Trading Report

on Stock Traders Daily

3D Gaming Console Market is Booming Worldwide | Kaneva LLC, Linden Research, Microsoft Corporation

3D Gaming Console Market is Booming Worldwide | Kaneva LLC, Linden Research, Microsoft Corporation

on HTF Market Intelligence

3D VR Virtual Reality Glasses Market may see a growth rate of 43.4% | Top Players: Razer, Google, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard

3D VR Virtual Reality Glasses Market may see a growth rate of 43.4% | Top Players: Razer, Google, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard

on HTF Market Intelligence

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. -0.82% $348.51M
Alphabet Inc. Cl A -0.51% $837.33B
Twitter Inc. 4.40% $22.65B
Renren Inc. Cl A ADR 1.59% $36.64M
IAC/InterActiveCorp. 0.97% $18.99B
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