NASDAQ Composite ended the session with Facebook rising 2.33% to $251.37 on Friday while nASDAQ Composite fell 0.65% to $13,027.06.
Facebook today’s close was $251.37, 21.20% below its 52-week high of $304.67.
News about Facebook today
Cryptocurrency salaries revealed: from $60,000 to $400,000, here's how much you could earn working in cryptocurrency – and actual job listings at coinbase, Facebook, PayPal, and more.. According to today’s article on Business Insider, "Our analysis included nearly 300 visa applications for both crypto-focused jobs at big companies like Facebook and Forbes to crypto-focused companies like Coinbase and Galaxy.", "A simple LinkedIn search for the term "blockchain" resulted in more than 3,500 results in the US, including for jobs at big companies like Forbes and Facebook (which has its own cryptocurrency called Libra)."
Facebook’s sales growth is 24.7% for the ongoing quarter and 24.7% for the next. The company’s growth estimates for the current quarter and the next is 24.6% and 21.1%, respectively.
Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth grew by 21.6%, now sitting on 78.98B for the twelve trailing months.
Facebook’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a negative 2.44%, a negative 1.83%, and a negative 0.53%, respectively.
Facebook’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 4.26%, 3.00%, and 2.66%, respectively.
Facebook’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value
Facebook’s stock is valued at $251.37 at 16:05 EST, way under its 52-week high of $304.67 and way higher than its 52-week low of $137.10.
Facebook’s Moving Average
Facebook’s value is under its 50-day moving average of $272.22 and under its 200-day moving average of $265.05.
Previous days news about Facebook
According to The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, 12 January, "Parler launched in 2018 as a freewheeling social-media site for users fed up with the rules on Facebook and Twitter , and it quickly won fans from supporters of President Trump. "
According to Business Insider on Tuesday, 12 January, "Others have been included in blog posts by Facebook that outline what small businesses should know about every feature."
According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 13 January, "Other social media platforms, including Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc., have already taken steps to suspend the departing president, permanently in the case of Twitter and until the inauguration of Joe Biden for Facebook and Instagram.", "Twitter most recently banned over 70,000 accounts it deemed dedicated to distributed QAnon conspiracy theories, while Facebook said it’s blocking the "stop the steal" refrain used by those who argue the November 2020 presidential election was illegitimate."
According to Business Insider on Wednesday, 13 January, "For instance, Facebook launched Marketplace in 2016 as a platform for people to do business in their local communities. ", "People around the world can discover things they love on Facebook Marketplace and launch a business to earn a living."
According to The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, 13 January, "One is concern over a privacy-policy update for the Facebook Inc. -owned WhatsApp. "
According to Bloomberg Quint on Thursday, 14 January, "Now the house is quite pretty and quite big, but there’s still room to make it bigger," he said in video on the company’s Facebook page in 2016, months after announcing the purchase of Texas-based CST Brands Inc. for about $4 billion, its biggest deal to date."
According to Business Insider on Thursday, 14 January, "Then, in 2014, Facebook bought WhatsApp and Acton eventually left the company in 2017 "due to differences surrounding the use of customer data and targeted advertising." While WhatsApp messages themselves remain encrypted, the app keeps track of how often users log in and the phone numbers they use, among other data."