FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
185.93
-0.97 (-0.52%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

186.00 +0.07 (0.04%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT

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Previous Close186.90
Open185.88
Bid185.97 x 1800
Ask186.00 x 800
Day's Range185.03 - 186.80
52 Week Range144.56 - 195.32
Volume10,638,298
Avg. Volume34,114,896
Market Cap538.199B
Beta0.77
PE Ratio (TTM)30.78
EPS (TTM)6.04
Earnings DateJul 24, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est216.06
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Facebook is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings
    TechCrunch13 hours ago

    Facebook is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings

    Starting this week, Facebook will begin asking users worldwide to review

  • 2 Stocks I'd Never Buy, and 1 I'd Consider
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    2 Stocks I'd Never Buy, and 1 I'd Consider

    Shares of Facebook, Macy's, and Gaming & Leisure Properties have similarities, but only one is worth buying.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] Macron to Silicon Valley: Embrace Europe’s Regulations

    PARIS—French President Emmanuel Macron ratcheted up demands on U.S. tech giants Thursday by calling on them to embrace European regulations, ranging from taxation to privacy to artificial intelligence, because Washington is failing to do so. “The U.S. model is no longer sustainable because there is no political accountability,” Mr. Macron told at a tech conference in Paris just hours before Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg took the same stage. Mr. Zuckerberg added that, in recent weeks, “the vast majority of people choose to opt in” when Facebook has asked them to approve its use of their use of internet browsing and application usage data to show them targeted ads.

  • How Facebook (FB) Stock Fared During the Cambridge Analytica Scandal
    Zacks4 hours ago

    How Facebook (FB) Stock Fared During the Cambridge Analytica Scandal

    Almost everyone, investors and otherwise, has heard in some way, shape, or form of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. Captivating national audiences, the scandal caused strong fluctuations in Facebook (FB) stock. With the storm behind us, now is the time to look into how the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal affected Facebook, and what it spells out for the future.

  • CNBC5 hours ago

    Cramer: The Netflix-Disney comparison reminds me of a famous Babe Ruth quote

    Jim Cramer addresses Netflix's stock passing Disney's in market cap and puts it in context with the current investing environment.

  • Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US
    The Canadian Press5 hours ago

    Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US

    Facebook is expanding its advertising disclosure requirements to cover all U.S. ads on polarized issues such as gun control and abortion rights, even if they don't endorse a particular candidate. Ads coming from specific candidates have already included a disclosure label since October. Facebook has said it would require that of issue ads from outside parties, too, but it didn't provide details until Thursday, when the expanded requirements took effect.

  • Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US
    The Canadian Press5 hours ago

    Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US

    Facebook is expanding its advertising disclosure requirements to cover all U.S. ads on polarized issues such as gun control and abortion rights, even if they don't endorse a particular candidate. Ads coming from specific candidates have already included a disclosure label since October. Facebook has said it would require that of issue ads from outside parties, too, but it didn't provide details until Thursday, when the expanded requirements took effect.

  • MailOnline hit as Facebook switches its focus off news
    The Telegraph6 hours ago

    MailOnline hit as Facebook switches its focus off news

    MailOnline hit as Facebook switches its focus off news

  • Google Is Fighting a Potentially Expensive Privacy Claim in UK
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Google Is Fighting a Potentially Expensive Privacy Claim in UK

    A group of iPhone users sued Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google in the United Kingdom on claims that the company had improperly collected their personal information. The group has indicated that it could seek over $1,000 in damages for each individual affected if its case against Google is successful, according to Bloomberg. The group includes 4.4 million people, which suggests that Google could face as much as a $4.3 billion claim in the privacy case.

  • Google employees are spending heavily to elect Democrats in California and to flip the House
    CNBC6 hours ago

    Google employees are spending heavily to elect Democrats in California and to flip the House

    As California heads into congressional primaries, Alphabet employees have contributed heavily to the state's most competitive races.

  • Okta Stock Rising; Security Firm Adds Facebook, VMware As Partners
    Investor's Business Daily7 hours ago

    Okta Stock Rising; Security Firm Adds Facebook, VMware As Partners

    Shares in cybersecurity firm Okta rose following its user conference as analysts touted its growing list of partnerships, most recently with Facebook and VMware.

  • Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads

    Facebook Inc on Thursday launched an archive of U.S. political ads that appear on the world's largest social network, showing who paid for them and other details, after an outcry over Russians' alleged purchase of such ads during the 2016 elections. Facebook, which has 2.2 billion monthly active users, pledged seven months ago to create a cache, saying on the eve of U.S. congressional hearings that it wanted to increase transparency about its role in political advertising. Digital services such as Facebook, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and YouTube have upended how political campaigns reach voters in many countries because of their power at targeting ads at narrow audiences and their low cost compared to television ads.

  • CNBC7 hours ago

    Facebook shows once again that it does not understand or value journalism

    In a video showing how Facebook intends to fight fake news, a data scientist made a dismissive comment about information that is both correct and not intended to mislead. It demonstrates the fact that Facebook does not understand or respect the practice of journalism. Publishers should take heed.