FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
165.84
-0.44 (-0.26%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

167.05 +1.21 (0.73%)
Pre-market: 6:47AM EDT

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Previous close166.28
Open167.27
Bid167.00 x 400
Ask167.47 x 900
Day's range165.09 - 168.45
52-week range144.42 - 195.32
Volume21,433,920
Avg. volume35,519,983
Market cap480.83B
Beta0.77
PE ratio (TTM)30.77
EPS (TTM)5.39
Earnings date25 Apr 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est217.85
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Jeff Gundlach says to short Facebook in his new pair trade idea
    Yahoo Finance17 hours ago

    Jeff Gundlach says to short Facebook in his new pair trade idea

    'When I hear that, I hear 2.2 billion compliance breaches.'

  • Facebook face recognition error looks awkward ahead of GDPR
    TechCrunch23 hours ago

    Facebook face recognition error looks awkward ahead of GDPR

    A Facebook face recognition notification slip-up hints at how risky the

  • Researcher in Facebook scandal says - my work was no good for targeted advertising
    Reuters15 minutes ago

    Researcher in Facebook scandal says - my work was no good for targeted advertising

    A researcher at the centre of a scandal over the alleged misuse of the data of nearly 100 million Facebook users said on Tuesday that the work he did was not useful for micro-targeted adverts. Aleksandr Kogan, who worked for the University of Cambridge, is at the centre of a controversy over Cambridge Analytica's use of millions of users' data without their permission after it was hired by Donald Trump for his 2016 election campaign. Kogan said that the dataset he compiled would be of little help for targeted advertising, and that the data he obtained would not be useful for identifying individuals.

  • Reuters - UK Focus37 minutes ago

    Researcher in Facebook scandal says: my work was no good for targeted advertising

    A researcher at the centre of a scandal over the alleged misuse of the data of nearly 100 million Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) users said on Tuesday that the work he did was not useful for micro-targeted adverts. Aleksandr Kogan, who worked for the University of Cambridge, is at the centre of a controversy over Cambridge Analytica's use of millions of users' data without their permission after it was hired by Donald Trump for his 2016 election campaign. Kogan said that the dataset he compiled would be of little help for targeted advertising, and that the data he obtained would not be useful for identifying individuals.

  • Facebook publishes new guidelines on extremist content
    Sky News1 hour ago

    Facebook publishes new guidelines on extremist content

    Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) has launched a fresh drive to root out race hate, extremism and fake news from its platform. In an exclusive interview with Sky News, one of Facebook's top executives has admitted the company's enforcement of policy violations is not perfect but insists the company has the interests of its users at heart. Facebook is also publishing, for the first time, a copy of the guidelines its 7,500 content reviewers use to help weigh up if a post violates the company's policies and should be removed.

  • For the first time, Facebook spells out what it forbids
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    For the first time, Facebook spells out what it forbids

    If you've ever wondered exactly what sorts of things Facebook would like you not to do on its service, you're in luck. For the first time, the social network is publishing detailed guidelines to what does ...

  • Business Insider UK1 hour ago

    For the first time, Facebook spells out what it forbids

    If you've ever wondered exactly what sorts of things Facebook would like you not to do on its service, you're in luck. Facebook already banned most of these actions on its previous "community standards" page , which sketched out the company's standards in broad strokes. The updated community standards will mirror the rules its 7,600 moderators use to review questionable posts, then decide if they should be pulled off Facebook.

  • Business Insider UK1 hour ago

    For the first time, Facebook spells out what it forbids

    If you've ever wondered exactly what sorts of things Facebook would like you not to do on its service, you're in luck. Facebook already banned most of these actions on its previous "community standards" page , which sketched out the company's standards in broad strokes. The updated community standards will mirror the rules its 7,600 moderators use to review questionable posts, then decide if they should be pulled off Facebook.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Facebook releases long-secret rules on how it polices the service

    Facebook Inc on Tuesday released a rule book for the types of posts it allows on its social network, giving far more detail than ever before on what is permitted on subjects ranging from drug use and sex work to bullying, hate speech and inciting violence. Facebook for years has had "community standards" for what people can post. Now, the company is providing the longer document on its website to clear up confusion and be more open about its operations, said Monika Bickert, Facebook's vice president of product policy and counter-terrorism.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Why your ETF or mutual fund may be losing Facebook, Alphabet and other top stocks

    Investors and financial advisers alike blithely assume that companies slip easily into various industry and sector indexes to which myriad funds and ETFs are benchmarked. Facebook and Amazon are among a number of well-known companies moving from one sector to another after two big index providers — S&P Dow Jones and MSCI — announced changes to their methodology for the Global Industry Classification Standards. Facebook, for example, is being reclassified from Information Technology to Communication Services, which is the new name for what used to be called Telecommunication Services.

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