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Lyft, Inc. (LYFT)

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30.24+1.15 (+3.95%)
As of 11:22AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close29.09
Open29.00
Bid30.25 x 900
Ask30.27 x 1100
Day's range28.95 - 30.41
52-week range14.56 - 65.92
Volume2,169,386
Avg. volume9,288,926
Market cap9.278B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-6.25
Earnings date12 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est41.10
  • Lyft expands its rental business with Sixt partnership
    TechCrunch

    Lyft expands its rental business with Sixt partnership

    Lyft continues to expand beyond its core ride-hailing business into bikes, scooters, transit and now rental cars. The company said Thursday that it's taking Lyft Rentals, a pilot program that launched in December, and expanding it through a partnership with Sixt. Lyft Rentals initially gave folks in Los Angeles and San Francisco the ability to rent vehicles through its app, which might be traditionally used to hail a ride or grab a shared scooter.

  • NYU launches coronavirus safety training for Uber, Lyft drivers as many return to work
    Reuters

    NYU launches coronavirus safety training for Uber, Lyft drivers as many return to work

    Public health researchers at New York University are launching a coronavirus safety training for ride-hail workers at a time when many Uber and Lyft drivers are expected to return to the road as federal unemployment benefits expire. The training, which teaches disinfection protocols and ways to minimize virus spread, was developed in partnership with the Independent Drivers Guild, an advocacy group that represents more than 200,000 on-demand drivers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Training sessions will begin in August and are conducted via video seminars with public health professionals, said Jack Caravanos, an NYU clinical professor of environmental public health sciences.

  • Ford picks this chip giant's autonomous driving outfit in race against Tesla
    Yahoo Finance

    Ford picks this chip giant's autonomous driving outfit in race against Tesla

    Intel's autonomous driving unit Mobileye scores another big win, this one with auto giant Ford.

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