Facebook Inc. (FB)

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NASDAQ : Technology Services
Prev Close 165.41
Open 161.99
Day Low/High 161.15 / 165.59
52 Wk Low/High 149.02 / 218.62
Volume 27.41M
Avg Volume 25.48M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 2.41B
Market Cap 470.82B
EPS 5.50
P/E Ratio 25.22
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Latest News

Facebook: Adapt or Die

Instagram founders' exit could be the shake-up Facebook needs.

Facebook's Slump Drags S&P's New Communications Index

Communications sector dipping on Facebook floundering.

Facebook Battles Negative Sentiment and a Weak Chart

The market is in no mood to give the benefit of the doubt to a stock acting as poorly as Facebook.

Jim Cramer: I'm Digging for Answers and Sorting Through the Hype in Tech

There's a lot of confusion and leadership changes going on right now in tech and we need answers.

Facebook Slips as Instagram Departures Spark Concerns

Facebook loses more key executives.

Washington Chaos, Trade Worries Start to Bite

Today the markets were influenced by the continued disorganization in the White House (the "Orange Swan" is still flying in the air), new allegations against the Supreme Court nominee and a breakdown in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China....

Jim Cramer: The 2 Most Hated Words on Wall Street

Investors are looking for instant gratification these days.

Little Volatility as Headline Stories Go Into Holding Pattern

Stocks slide from recent highs but with little volatility in the action.

Facebook Prices Could Trade Sideways From Here

Facebook is still in a downward trend but the pace of the decline has slowed.

The Biggest Sector Rebalancing Ever Will Dominate Market Action Today

Volume will be huge -- and the movement in many stocks will seem quite random.


The Dow Closed trading at a new record high, the first time it has set a new record since January 26.

Jim Cramer: Here's Why the Market Rally Has Staying Power

For most of this year the market has been led by growth stocks.


The major U.S. indices were mixed in trading on Wednesday.

Facebook, Banks Went Back and Forth Over User Data: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

Facebook reportedly bristled over how much data to allow financial institutions access to.

The Market Is a Full-On Monet

* As if! In a different social setting, Cher (played by Alicia Silverstone) in the 1995 movie, Clueless, uses the above term when describing a girl (Amber) that Tai (played by the late Brittany Murphy) is jealous of. Well, like Amber, the market ove...

Stop Calling Nio the Chinese Tesla: It Has a MUCH Brighter Future

William Li has built the perfect 21st century car company while Elon Musk struggles to overcome 'production hell.'

Snap's Friday Rally Is Misguided

Snap's record lows are not a buying opportunity.

Jeff Bezos Is the 'Money Man': Market Recon

The cloud will, I believe, continue to differentiate Amazon from it's (if it really has any) peers.

The Market Uptrend Is Back on Track

The price action is positive and that is all that really matters.

Burp! Signs of Market Indigestion Are Gurgling

* If you left early on Wednesday afternoon, go back and read Jim Cramer's closer! * I continue to believe that the markets effectively hit their 2018 highs in late January In "The Bear in the Market Is Roving Right Now," Jim "El Capitan" Cramer zero...

Jim Cramer: The Bear In the Market Is Roving Right Now

Stay diversified and stay the course, there's nothing here that's going to change things longer term.


The major U.S. indices fought back to close trading in the green Tuesday.

Big Tech is Leading Markets Higher

Market indexes are higher thanks to strength in some familiar names.

Big Tech's Recent Dive Is A Good Time to Hunt Value

Don't focus on the big tech, there is still value in the technology sector.

Charting Social Media Stocks

The bottom line is that Facebook is a sell, Twitter is right on the edge of becoming a sell, and Alphabet is OK -- as long as it can stay above $1,120.

Facebook and Twitter's Political Scrutiny Comes at an Unfortunate Time

The social media firms have already been dealing with domestic user growth pressures that have little or nothing to do with their political controversies.

Social Media Security: A Costly, but Worthy Cause for Shareholders

Secuirty measures are no place to pinch pennies as regulators loom for social media giants.

Snap Continues to Struggle Amid Fallout in Social Media Stocks

Snap desperately needs user growth if it wants to increase its ability to bring in advertising revenue.

TheStreet Quant Rating: A- (Buy)