SQ - Square, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
74.07
-0.89 (-1.19%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close74.96
Open77.48
Bid73.55 x 1200
Ask73.66 x 1800
Day's Range74.01 - 78.70
52 Week Range32.20 - 101.15
Volume16,924,750
Avg. Volume14,196,372
Market Cap30.4B
Beta (3Y Monthly)4.34
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.16
Earnings DateNov 7, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est82.48
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  • Investor's Business Dailyyesterday

    Dow Jones Futures Signal Solid Rebound: Five Top Stocks Moving On Earnings

    Futures rose early Friday after Thursday's sell-off hit more top stocks. PayPal earnings lifted PayPal and Square. American Express, Atlassian, Intuitive Surgical moved on earnings.

  • Investor's Business Daily23 hours ago

    How To Invest In A Stock Market Correction: Focus On Relative Strength

    During the current stock market correction, investors should look for stocks with strong relative strength.

  • Caviar: Square’s Omnichannel Driver
    Market Realist23 hours ago

    Caviar: Square’s Omnichannel Driver

    Square (SQ) is set to release its third-quarter results at a time when Caviar is taking a position as a key piece of its omnichannel strategy. Caviar is able to serve customers across different channels, such as physical locations and digital platforms. In an interview with CNBC last month, outgoing Square CFO Sarah Friar discussed the company’s efforts to bring the omnichannel experience to restaurants through Caviar.

  • Where Does Square’s Solutions Partner Program Fit?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Where Does Square’s Solutions Partner Program Fit?

    Square (SQ) has recently launched a program whereby it links the businesses on its network with partners that can build customized solutions for them. Businesses, for instance, can turn to the partners to help them build custom storefronts or improve the mobile checkout experience. The partners must be certified by Square before they can start working with its merchant customers.

  • Will Twitter Join Google in Relaxing Crypto Ad Restrictions?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Will Twitter Join Google in Relaxing Crypto Ad Restrictions?

    Twitter (TWTR) remains the major digital advertising platform that hasn’t relaxed its cryptocurrency ad restrictions since announcing the measures in March. Facebook (FB) and Google (GOOGL), which moved ahead of Twitter to restrict the advertising of crypto products on their platforms as a measure to protect their users against potential scams, have since relaxed those restrictions, allowing them to start accepting payments for crypto-related ads appearing on their platforms.

  • Why Blue Apron Revised Its Revolving Credit Agreement
    Market Realistyesterday

    Why Blue Apron Revised Its Revolving Credit Agreement

    Blue Apron (APRN) has a revolving credit agreement with a lender syndicate led by Morgan Stanley (MS). Blue Apron will also pay more in interest on the credit facility as part of the revised agreement. Overall, Blue Apron expects the revision of the credit agreement to give it more financial flexibility so it can continue investing in creating new products, marketing its business, and expanding its distribution channels.

  • Square Is Examining the Potential Impact of Consumer Lending
    Market Realistyesterday

    Square Is Examining the Potential Impact of Consumer Lending

    In addition to helping Square (SQ) expand its credit business and close the gap with its rivals, consumer lending also has the potential to stimulate growth in Square’s other business segments. Square expects its Square Installments consumer loans to enable merchants on its network to make more sales. Square Installments loans let shoppers acquire the items they want through installment payments if they can’t meet the cost up front.

  • Why This Hedge Fund Manager Loves PayPal
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Why This Hedge Fund Manager Loves PayPal

    Does Dan Loeb's case for PayPal have merit?

  • Square introduces new payment terminal for small businesses
    Reuters2 days ago

    Square introduces new payment terminal for small businesses

    Square Inc, the company led by Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, on Thursday launched a payment terminal for small business clients, expanding its suite of hardware products. Square's new touch-screen terminal allows merchants, such as liquor stores and hairdressers, to ring up sales, take credit card payments processed through the company's system and print receipts. The terminal also accepts mobile phone and other contactless payments via Apple Inc's Apple Pay and Alphabet Inc's Google Pay.

  • Business Wire2 days ago

    Meet Square Terminal, Square’s New Hardware to Replace Legacy, Keypad Credit Card Machines

    Today, Square, Inc. (SQ) announced Square Terminal, an integrated and innovative all-in-one card processing device designed to be fast, fair, and secure. Square Terminal allows sellers to ring up sales, accept all forms of payments quickly, and print receipts, all from one affordable and elegant device. Square Terminal also offers sellers a fair and flat rate for every transaction regardless of card type.

  • Square Unveils ‘Terminal’ to Rival Keypad Credit-Card Machines
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Square Unveils ‘Terminal’ to Rival Keypad Credit-Card Machines

    The product, called Square Terminal, lets sellers ring up sales, process any type of payment and print receipts from one device, the San Francisco-based company said in a statement Thursday. The hardware costs $399, and the company charges a transaction fee for every payment. Square Terminal also has software that lets merchants access inventory, create discounts and send invoices.

  • Square Expands and Diversifies Its Credit Business
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Square Expands and Diversifies Its Credit Business

    Square (SQ) is gearing up to report its third-quarter results after it recently expanded its credit business by adding consumer lending. Through a program known as Square Installments, the company lets people take out loans of up to $10,000 to finance purchases with Square merchants, meaning businesses that use Square products, such as payment card readers and invoicing software. Square’s consumer loans are payable in fixed monthly installments of up to a year and attract interest of up to 24%.

  • Can Square (SQ) Keep the Earnings Surprise Streak Alive?
    Zacks2 days ago

    Can Square (SQ) Keep the Earnings Surprise Streak Alive?

    Square (SQ) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.

  • Square’s in the Race for the $10.3 Billion Payroll Service Market
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Square’s in the Race for the $10.3 Billion Payroll Service Market

    Last month, Square (SQ) released a mobile version of its payroll software, marking an escalation in its push for revenue in the payroll service market. The mobile-oriented payroll tool, known as Square Payroll App, brings the power of Square’s flagship payroll suite to mobile. Worldwide, businesses spent $6.7 billion on cloud-based payroll services like Square provides in 2016, according to Allied Market Research.

  • How Jack Dorsey runs Twitter and Square without ever using a computer
    CNBC2 days ago

    How Jack Dorsey runs Twitter and Square without ever using a computer

    Tech exec Jack Dorsey runs both Square and Twitter without a laptop. He uses an iPhone instead. He says this strategy helps him focus.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    How Jack Dorsey runs Twitter and Square without using a computer

    Tech exec Jack Dorsey runs both Square and Twitter without a laptop. He uses an iPhone instead. He says this strategy helps him focus.

  • What’s the Impact of the Weebly Deal?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What’s the Impact of the Weebly Deal?

    Square (SQ) is on track to report what will be its first full quarter since it closed the deal to acquire website and online store builder Weebly. The transaction closed at the end of May. Square said it was paying ~$365 million in a combination of cash and stock for Weebly, its largest acquisition transaction to date. Weebly operates globally and has millions of customers, of which 625,000 are paid subscribers, meaning customers who pay ongoing fees to use Weebly’s array of services and tools to build websites and set up online stores for e-commerce activities.

  • How Is Square’s Bitcoin Business Progressing?
    Market Realist3 days ago

    How Is Square’s Bitcoin Business Progressing?

    Square (SQ) runs a Bitcoin trading service, where its Cash App functions like a Bitcoin exchange market. This means people can use Cash App to buy and sell Bitcoin as an investment. Square is scheduled to report its third-quarter earnings results at a time when it has significantly expanded its Bitcoin trading service.

  • Square Is Building Cash App into a Standout Product
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Square Is Building Cash App into a Standout Product

    As Square (SQ) gears up to report its third-quarter results, the company is considering extending its Cash App service beyond its peer-to-peer payment roots by building it into a financial app for everyday use—a dream PayPal (PYPL) also has for its Venmo service. Cash App had attracted more than 7.0 million monthly users as of December 2017. In addition to supporting money transfers between family and friends, Cash App also lets users withdraw their balances from ATMs using an associated debit card known as Cash Card.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    You Want 20% for Handing Me a Muffin? The Awkward Etiquette of iPad Tipping

    , a 49-year-old private investigator in Burlington, Vt., says she will tip for stellar service, such as “a little heart on my latte,” but that she is surprised by how often the iPad tip prompts appear—and by the suggested amounts. For purchases over $10, the defaults are no tip, 15%, 20% or 25%.

  • Did Square Hit Its Targets in Q3 2018?
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Did Square Hit Its Targets in Q3 2018?

    A Look at Square's Latest ahead of Its Q3 2018 Earnings ResultsSquare guided for 59% top line growth

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    This Week in the War on Cash

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  • Square Trying to Land Bigger Fish to Boost Profits
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    Square Trying to Land Bigger Fish to Boost Profits

    Small shops will only take Square so far. It needs big customers to really boost profitability.

  • Motley Fool4 days ago

    Third-Quarter Bank Earnings, Subprime Mortgages, and the War on Cash Continues

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