TWR.F - Twitter, Inc.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
36.59
+0.01 (+0.01%)
At close: 5:57PM CEST
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Previous close36.42
Open36.65
Bid36.47 x 100000
Ask36.52 x 100000
Day's range36.46 - 36.59
52-week range22.33 - 38.97
Volume230
Avg. volume540
Market cap27.82B
Beta (3Y monthly)-0.31
PE ratio (TTM)12.09
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Investing Strategies: Twitter Holds Up Amid Accelerating User Growth
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    Investing Strategies: Twitter Holds Up Amid Accelerating User Growth

    With user growth accelerating after a period of declines, Twitter stock is trying to hold up after an earnings-fueled gap up.

  • Twitter Pleased 80% of Users Are Outside U.S., CFO Says
    Bloomberg

    Twitter Pleased 80% of Users Are Outside U.S., CFO Says

    Jul.26 -- Ned Segal, Twitter Inc. chief financial officer, discusses the social-media company's second-quarter earnings and user growth with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • We Need to Make Sure the Pubic Trusts Us, Says Twitter CFO
    Bloomberg

    We Need to Make Sure the Pubic Trusts Us, Says Twitter CFO

    Jul.26 -- Twitter CFO Ned Segal speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang about Twitter's purpose on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'

  • Twitter Adds 5 Million Users, Tops 2Q Sales Estimates
    Bloomberg

    Twitter Adds 5 Million Users, Tops 2Q Sales Estimates

    Jul.26 -- Bloomberg's Paul Sweeney examines second-quarter results from Twitter Inc. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • Twitter exec says edit button isn't 'anywhere near the top of our priorities'
    TechCrunch

    Twitter exec says edit button isn't 'anywhere near the top of our priorities'

    At a press event in San Francisco, Twitter Product Lead Kayvon Beykpour talked about a number of product changes coming to the company's service, he also addressed the oft-memed user request for an edit button. Twitter announced earlier in the event that the company is testing the ability to let users follow topics the same way they would ordinarily follow accounts.

  • Twitter tests ways for users to follow and snooze specific topics
    TechCrunch

    Twitter tests ways for users to follow and snooze specific topics

    You may soon be able to organize Twitter's web of hashtags and handles in asmarter way -- that is, if the company can pull off its ambitious newrethinking of the app's timelines

  • Why Social Media Stocks TWTR, SNAP, and PINS Are Up
    Market Realist

    Why Social Media Stocks TWTR, SNAP, and PINS Are Up

    Major social media stocks Twitter (TWTR), Snap (SNAP), and Pinterest (PINS) have risen in the last month. Can they hold on to their gains?

  • Facebook Wants to Become a Source for "Trustworthy News"
    Motley Fool

    Facebook Wants to Become a Source for "Trustworthy News"

    The social media giant is working on a dedicated news section with premium content.

  • Twitter's latest test lets users subscribe to a tweet's replies
    TechCrunch

    Twitter's latest test lets users subscribe to a tweet's replies

    Twitter in more recent months has been focused on making conversations on itsplatform easier to follow, participate in and, in some cases, block

  • Why Twitter Stock Popped 21.2% in July
    Motley Fool

    Why Twitter Stock Popped 21.2% in July

    From curbing malicious behavior to accelerating user growth, the social media site ended the first half on a high note.

  • Google and Twitter are using AMD's new EPYC Rome processors in their data centers
    TechCrunch

    Google and Twitter are using AMD's new EPYC Rome processors in their data centers

    Google and Twitter are among the companies now using EPYC Rome processors, AMDannounced today during a launch event for the 7nm chips

  • Twitter 'fesses up to more adtech leaks
    TechCrunch

    Twitter 'fesses up to more adtech leaks

    Twitter has disclosed more bugs related to how it uses personal data for adtargeting that means it may have shared users data with advertising partnerseven when a user had expressly told it not to

  • Twitter says it may have used user data for ads without permission
    Reuters

    Twitter says it may have used user data for ads without permission

    Consumer data is a powerful tool that companies use to decide where to place advertisements, what content to feature, and which consumers might be interested in the product. Big technology companies have been under scrutiny from regulators around the world over their data sharing practices. The data that Twitter said it might have used include a person's country code, their engagement details with a particular ad and inferences made about the devices they use.

  • Twitter Management Talks Machine Learning, Platform Health, and More
    Motley Fool

    Twitter Management Talks Machine Learning, Platform Health, and More

    These quotes from the company's earnings call show some of the initiatives behind the social network's recent momentum.

  • Motley Fool

    3 Surprising Stocks That Hit New Highs Last Week

    Facebook, Hasbro, and Twitter are establishing new high-water marks for the past year.

  • US Advertising: Can Twitter Start to Capitalize on the Boom?
    Market Realist

    US Advertising: Can Twitter Start to Capitalize on the Boom?

    Twitter (TWTR) delivered strong performance indicators in the second quarter due to strength in US advertising.

  • Better Social Media Stock: Twitter or Snap?
    Motley Fool

    Better Social Media Stock: Twitter or Snap?

    Which social media underdog has more room to run?

  • What Happened in the Stock Market Today
    Motley Fool

    What Happened in the Stock Market Today

    See why Twitter and Starbucks stood out on a positive day for the broader markets.

  • Twitter Inc (TWTR) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Twitter Inc (TWTR) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    TWTR earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Twitter revenue beats, sees rise in daily users viewing ads
    Reuters

    Twitter revenue beats, sees rise in daily users viewing ads

    Twitter's revenue and number of users have been in focus since the social media platform started deleting millions of spam or fake accounts promoting hate speech or spreading political misinformation, contributing to declines in monthly users through 2018. The company reported a rise in monthly active users in the first quarter, fueling speculation that Twitter was returning to growth, but has since stopped disclosing its MAU count. Instead, this quarter it reported monetizable daily active usage (mDAU), a metric it created to measure only users exposed on a daily basis to advertising on the site and exclude those who access Twitter via aggregating sites like TweetDeck.

  • Motley Fool

    Twitter Earnings: User Growth Accelerates

    Here's what's behind the social network's strong double-digit revenue growth in the second quarter.

  • Why Twitter Stock Soared Friday
    Motley Fool

    Why Twitter Stock Soared Friday

    Solid execution helped drive better-than-expected growth for the social network.

  • Twitter Rises After Adding 5 Million Users, Beating Estimates
    Bloomberg

    Twitter Rises After Adding 5 Million Users, Beating Estimates

    (Bloomberg) -- Twitter Inc. reported sales that beat Wall Street expectations as the social media company attracted millions of new users with better ways of sorting users’ feeds and more relevant notifications. The shares rose 8.7%.Second-quarter revenue came in at $841 million, up 18% from the same quarter last year and higher than the $829 million analysts estimated. The company added 5 million daily users in the period, bringing the total to 139 million. That was the biggest year-over-year increase since the summer of 2017.Net income, excluding certain items, was $37 million, or 5 cents a share. That compares with $58 million, or 8 cents a share, a year earlier, Twitter said.The most notable blip in the report was guidance: The company expects third-quarter revenue to be between $815 million and $875 million. On average, analysts were looking for sales of $872 million. One reason for the softer forecast: Twitter plans to retire some ad formats in coming quarters.“We’ve made the decision to shut down some revenue products that were big enough that they might impact near-term revenue, but small enough that they weren’t long-term priorities,” Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal said. “Instead, we are focused on our most important products, delivering higher performing, better formats for our customers.”Twitter has turned a profit in seven straight quarters and user numbers have steadily risen in the past two years. That follows a decade of losses, executive reshuffles, layoffs and declining usage. The shares rose to $41.44 at 9:41 a.m. in New York Friday, bringing gains for the year to 44%.A more persistent problem is the behavior of spammers and trolls on Twitter’s service. The company said on Friday that it continues to battle these bad actors.“Health is our top priority,” the company wrote in its earnings release, saying efforts to spot and address malicious activity resulted in an 18% decline in reports of spammy or suspicious behavior.Future sales growth may come from expanding advertising overseas. Just 21% of Twitter’s daily users are based in the U.S., yet 52% of its revenue comes from the country. That means the company can either show more ads to international users, or try to raise ad prices in other countries.A second opportunity is the 2020 U.S. election. President Donald Trump is Twitter’s most famous user, and the social media service has already hosted numerous spats between candidates. That keeps people logged on to Twitter, but also raises free speech questions.Trump was found to be violating the first amendment for blocking critics on the network, and he has slammed political opponents from his Twitter account. He’s also accused Twitter of bias and making it harder for users to follow his account. Trump has more than 62 million followers.Still, Twitter didn’t see significant revenue growth from political ads during the 2016 Presidential election or 2018 U.S. midterms. So the 2020 election may simply provide Twitter with more of the social influence it already has.Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News, produces TicToc, a global breaking news service for Twitter.(Updates with shares.)\--With assistance from Karen Lin.To contact the reporter on this story: Kurt Wagner in San Francisco at kwagner71@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at jward56@bloomberg.net, Alistair Barr, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Twitter Q2 beats on sales of $841M and EPS of $0.20, new metric of mDAUs up to 139M
    TechCrunch

    Twitter Q2 beats on sales of $841M and EPS of $0.20, new metric of mDAUs up to 139M

    Two days after Facebook reported growing numbers (even amid its regulatoryturmoil), its social media counterpart Twitter today announced its Q2 results

  • Twitter shares jump 10% on solid user growth, revenue beat
    Reuters

    Twitter shares jump 10% on solid user growth, revenue beat

    Twitter's revenue and number of users have been in focus since the social media platform started deleting millions of spam or fake accounts promoting hate speech or spreading political misinformation, contributing to declines in monthly users through 2018. Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey said the platform saw an 18% drop in reports of spammy or suspicious behaviour across all Tweet detail pages, which show the replies to any given Tweet on the service. The company reported a rise in monthly active users in the first quarter, fuelling speculation that Twitter was returning to growth, but has since stopped disclosing its MAU count.

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