110.48 +0.58 (0.53%)
Pre-market: 8:20AM EDT
|Bid||110.40 x 1800|
|Ask||111.14 x 900|
|Day's range||109.06 - 111.50|
|52-week range||74.66 - 114.66|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.93|
|PE ratio (TTM)||59.44|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2019 - 29 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||116.05|
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Raisin GmbH, which claims to be “first and only pan-European deposit marketplace,” has hired Wealthfront’s Paul Knodel to create its U.S. business. “We had initial discussions with potential American partner banks,” Chief Executive Officer Tamaz Georgadze said in an interview. Raisin was founded by Georgadze, Frank Freund and Michael Stephan in 2012 and has raised almost $200 million in funding.
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Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)PayPal launches OneTouch as Amazon adds peer-to-peer paymentThe race to dominate India’s fast-growing digital payment market is heating up, and PayPal (PYPL) and
Fintech is transforming the financial industry from the inside out, and there will be lots of winners and losers. Before you invest, know these basic guidelines to this growing industry.
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)Strong demand for a Venmo credit cardPayPal (PYPL) is reportedly in talks with banks about issuing credit cards tied to Venmo, a move that could see the company open
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)Venmo clocks 40 million active usersPayPal (PYPL) recently disclosed the size of Venmo’s user base for the first time. When it released its first-quarter earnings
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)Global ride-hailing market to reach $126.5 billion in 2025PayPal (PYPL) has invested in Uber’s (UBER) IPO, purchasing a $500 million stake in the company. The
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and OthersRetailers struggling with product return issuesPayPal (PYPL) recently led an $11 million investment in Happy Returns, a startup that helps retailers with the handling of product returns. Happy
Despite overvaluation concerns, the U.S. technology sector has had a stellar rally in the period between 2010 and so far in 2019, also popularly known as the twenty-tens.
Amazon (AMZN) rolls out parcel pick-up counters at Next, Giunti, Fermopoint and SisalPay stores to strengthen customer reach in European e-commerce market.
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Uber Technologies Inc.’s shares skidded Friday in their first day of trade, after the ride-hailing giant made its public debut. The stock fell more than 7% in the session after opening at $42, representing a disappointing start for the company, which had already priced its initial public offering toward the low end of its expected range of $44 to $50 a share. Uber raised $8.1 billion in its offering at an IPO price of $45 a share.
Uber’s initial public offering Friday is set to be one of the largest in U.S. history, marking a milestone for investors, who have weathered the ride-hailing company’s significant ups-and-downs.