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NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
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285.38+8.41 (+3.04%)
As of 10:29AM EST. Market open.
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Previous close276.97
Open279.16
Bid285.81 x 1200
Ask285.80 x 800
Day's range278.96 - 286.11
52-week range137.10 - 304.67
Volume5,885,412
Avg. volume20,793,319
Market cap812.845B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.27
PE ratio (TTM)32.51
EPS (TTM)8.78
Earnings date27 Jan 2021 - 01 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est316.45
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    Facebook's self-styled 'oversight' board selects first cases, most dealing with hate speech

    A Facebook -funded body that the tech giant set up to distance itself from tricky and potentially reputation-damaging content moderation decisions has announced the first bundle of cases it will consider. In a press release on its website the Facebook Oversight Board (FOB) says it sifted through more than 20,000 submissions before settling on six cases -- one of which was referred to it directly by Facebook. Facebook says it removed the content for violating its policy on violence and incitement.

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    UK competition regulator says its 'ready for Brexit challenge'

    The CMA said it is ready to take on new functions 'with professionalism, impartiality and analytical rigour.'

  • Facebook-backed digital coin Libra renamed Diem in quest for approval
    Reuters

    Facebook-backed digital coin Libra renamed Diem in quest for approval

    Facebook-backed cryptocurrency Libra has been rebranded "Diem" in a renewed effort to gain regulatory approval by stressing the project's independence. Plans for Libra, first floated by Facebook last year, were slimmed-down in April after regulators and central banks raised concerns it could upend financial stability, erode control over monetary policy and threaten privacy. Tuesday's name switch is part of a move to emphasise a simpler, revamped structure, Stuart Levey, CEO of the Geneva-based Diem Association behind the planned digital coin, said.