FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
166.02
+2.96 (+1.82%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

166.59 +0.57 (0.34%)
Pre-Market: 5:54AM EDT

Stock chart is not supported by your current browser
Previous Close163.06
Open164.50
Bid166.50 x 800
Ask166.74 x 2200
Day's Range164.47 - 166.44
52 Week Range149.02 - 218.62
Volume18,612,103
Avg. Volume25,764,879
Market Cap479.336B
Beta0.66
PE Ratio (TTM)25.69
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Record highs — What you need to know in markets on Friday
    Yahoo Finance12 hours ago

    Record highs — What you need to know in markets on Friday

    A somewhat tame schedule faces investors on Friday, though record highs in the Dow and S&P 500 on Thursday as the U.S. stock market continues to outpace its global peers will be a major area of focus for investors to cap the week.

  • Coach signs Michael B. Jordan as its face of menswear
    Yahoo Finance18 hours ago

    Coach signs Michael B. Jordan as its face of menswear

    Coach is betting that celebrity millennial faces like Selena Gomez and Michael B. Jordan will attract younger customers to the legacy brand.

  • Facebook's Dating feature aims to prevent harassment and dick pics
    Engadget23 hours ago

    Facebook's Dating feature aims to prevent harassment and dick pics

    If Facebook has anything to do with it, it'll be through its new dating feature, which it's now testing in Colombia. Announced back in May at the F8 developer's conference, Facebook wants to help its 200 million+ single users find more meaningful, deeper connections – and given its monopoly in online social interactions, it's pretty well-placed to do that. Online dating is hardly anything new, though, so what sets Facebook's dating feature apart from all the rest?

  • Facebook is set to launch its own smart home device next week
    Mashable Tech3 hours ago

    Facebook is set to launch its own smart home device next week

    Facebook is apparently set to release its own video chat device, Portal, next week. As reported by Cheddar, the device is Facebook's first foray into consumer tech outside of Oculus, and is similar to Amazon's recently-updated Echo Show. SEE ALSO: Facebook Dating wants to be the anti-Tinder The outlet's source said the device will come in two screen sizes, and could cost around $400 for the larger size, while the smaller version could be priced at $300. That's compared to $229.99 for the Echo Show. These devices were due to be unveiled at the tech company's F8 conference in May, but Facebook held off due to intense public scrutiny following the Cambridge Analytica scandal earlier this year, Bloomberg reported. Concerns over the diminishing public trust in Facebook led to the inclusion of a privacy shutter in front of Portal's wide-angle video camera. The device uses AI to recognise people in the frame and follow people as they move around the room. It'll also have Alexa voice assistant integration, and lets users play music, watch videos, get cooking recipes, and receive news briefings. Portal is reportedly the result of Facebook's Building 8, a secretive R&D centre for hardware projects.  The device is part of Facebook's plans to get people to video chat on its platform.  But given the company's well-publicised issues with data privacy issues and how much data it has on users, putting a connected device in their home might not sit well with many people. WATCH: iPhone XS and XS Max video review: Should you make the splurge?

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's Google and Twitter Inc have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters8 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters8 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 hours ago

    [$$] EU Demands Facebook Update ‘Misleading’ Fine Print

    The European Union is ramping up pressure on Facebook Inc. to better spell out to consumers how their data is being used or face sanctions in several countries. Věra Jourová, the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality,  on Thursday warned the U.S. tech firm that if it doesn’t change its “misleading terms of service” by the end of the year, that she will call on consumer-protection authorities in EU countries to impose sanctions. A spokesman for Facebook said it has made changes to its terms based on regulators.

  • Former Google CEO predicts the internet will split in two by 2028, with one part led by China
    CNBC13 hours ago

    Former Google CEO predicts the internet will split in two by 2028, with one part led by China

    Eric Schmidt does not believe the internet will splinter, but does see us heading toward a 'bifurcated internet, with China leading one part.

  • There will soon be a new way to play FANG stocks
    CNBC13 hours ago

    There will soon be a new way to play FANG stocks

    Starting Monday, investors who have played the momentum in FANG stocks may find some of that juice in a new communications services sector formed by S&P Dow Jones Indices.

  • CNBC13 hours ago

    There will soon be a new way to play FANG stocks

    Facebook, Netflix and Alphabet, parent of Google, along with media and telecom companies, will become part of a new S&P Dow Jones industry sector for communications services, starting Monday. Analysts do not expect a big market move when the new sector is launched Monday to replace telecom, but the fact some FANG names are in the sector means other components, like media stocks could see more buying interest. Formation of the new sector could also result in a buying spree in tech, as money managers attempt to rebalance their holdings because of the loss of Alphabet and Facebook.

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Facebook expands fake election news fight, but falsehoods still rampant

    Facebook Inc on Wednesday said it would team with two U.S. non-profits to slow the global spread of misinformation that could influence elections, acknowledging that fake news sites were still read by millions. The largest social network, under intense pressure to combat propaganda, said it would work abroad with the International Republican Institute and the National Democratic Institute, created in the 1980s and funded by the U.S. government to promote democratic processes. The partnerships, disclosed by company executives on a call with reporters, were among a slew of announcements from Facebook on election integrity ahead of major contests in Brazil next month and the United States in November.

  • Looking at Apple’s Share Repurchase Activity
    Market Realist19 hours ago

    Looking at Apple’s Share Repurchase Activity

    Apple (AAPL) has been consistently returning value to its shareholders and is the only stock among the so-called FAANG stocks that rewards its investors through both dividends and share buybacks. The other stocks that are part of FAANG, namely Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOG), do not pay any dividends to their shareholders.

  • Facebook Faces a Challenge in Vietnam
    Market Realist20 hours ago

    Facebook Faces a Challenge in Vietnam

    Vietnam has enacted a law that would require technology companies to store personal data on its citizens locally. This law, which is expected to take effect in 2019, has met resistance from foreign companies like Facebook (FB). Facebook and other foreign technology companies have expressed reservations regarding this law, fearing that it could make it easier for Vietnamese authorities to target political dissidents and expose their employees to the risk of arrest.

  • Facebook said to test new dating feature in Colombia with safeguards to prevent stalking
    CNBC20 hours ago

    Facebook said to test new dating feature in Colombia with safeguards to prevent stalking

    Facebook reportedly testing new dating feature with safeguards to prevent stalking and encourage meaningful connections. The country-wide test is running in Colombia.