$241.15 2.43 (1.00%)
10:58 EDT FB Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $244.30
Market Cap 578.42B
PE Ratio 39.93
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.62M
Day's Range 240.86 - 246.53
52-Week Range 137.10 - 247.65
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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As TikTok gets banned across the globe, Instagram's newest feature, Reels, will see engagement soar, and that's great news for FB stock.
In fact, FB stock isn't just weathering another public relations storm, it's thriving. Facebook reclaimed all of the losses accrued on the back of an advertising boycott and then some. On Tuesday, July 7, the stock flirted with all-time highs.
Thanks to a combination of utility and contactless interface, social media stocks have enjoyed much investor attention during this pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean you should blindly gamble on this sector.
Facebook (FB) is facing a 2020 boycott this month that will have companies pulling ads from the social media platform over hate speech.
The long-term power for FB stock lies more in its cloud than in its apps, and its future lies more in services than in advertising.
The coronavirus pandemic has created once-in-a-lifetime buying opportunities in these strong stocks to buy for 2020.
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) are both struggling as brands pull their advertising from these platforms over policies regarding political speech.
Relying on innovation to drive growth, these four tech stocks are leading the market higher. Here's why you should buy shares now.
A market downturn is nothing to cheer about, but choosing the right bear market stocks means long-term investors can make the most of it.
While it’s tempting to pile your money into high-flying investments, cash-rich companies are the best stocks to buy in unpredictable markets.
In 2020 the market is recognizing the financial power of cloud data centers, bidding the five biggest owners of them to the sky.
Some of the best stocks to invest in 2020 have been killed on coronavirus concerns. For long-term investors, this pain is an opportunity.
While there are plenty of bargains on the market again due to the recent pullback, T, MCD, MARK, GOOGL and FB look like the best stocks to buy now to upgrade your portfolio.
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