Uber Technologies Inc (UBER)
$31.19 0.93 (3.07%)
17:11 EDT UBER Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $30.26
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 17.07M
Day's Range 30.06 - 31.30
52-Week Range 13.71 - 43.00
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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People tend to view the company as the king of ride hailing, but UBER stock is a more diversified investment than you might think.
With rising coronavirus hospitalizations dominating headlines, investors will shift back toward a pandemic mentality. Here are nine stocks to buy this week to capitalize on this trend.
By Joel Baglole
Mergers and acquisitions can create opportunities for investors, and these four deals provide plenty of upside potential.
With ride-sharing services at an all-time low, Uber stock benefits from the company's efforts to expand in the food delivery space.
Uber sees its food delivery business and Postmates buy as a path to profitability. But it's too late, and investors should sell Uber stock.
UBER stock traded higher after the company announced a buyout of Postmates. However, even after Uber landed its food delivery consolation prize, Lyft continues to eat into its ridesharing market share.
The online food delivery industry is rapidly consolidating into an oligarchy
Uber (UBER) is seeing its stock rise on Monday after announcing a $2.65 billion deal to acquire food-delivery service Postmates.
It’s no wonder Silicon Valley CEOs want their slice of the AV market. The question is: How can this translate into investor profits with self-driving car stocks?
With Covid-19 accelerating adoption of online food delivery services -- and with M&A activity in the space heating up -- Waitr stock is a buy.
Micron, the gold ETF, Barrick Gold, Inovio and Uber were our top stock trades for Wednesday. That said, let's look at the charts now.
By Alex Sirois
Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) stock is one of two names, along with Uber (NYSE:UBER), which dominate the ride-share sector. Pundits consider Lyft to be the ‘pure-play’ between....
Ride-sharing investments like Lyft stock immediately took a hit when the coronavirus first struck. Now, shares are moving higher as consumer sentiment returns but don’t get too eager before analyzing the pros and cons.
Continued reopenings, along with decreased use of mass transit and the rebounding of flying, will prove to be a winning formula for Uber stock.
Once thought to be on the brink of extinction, the ride-sharing industry is back. So is UBER stock, which will return to all time highs soon.
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