NASDAQ Composite ended the session with Facebook rising 3.24% to $276.06 on Monday while nASDAQ Composite rose 0.92% to $12,922.18.
Facebook today’s close was $276.06, 10.36% under its 52-week high of $304.67.
News about Facebook today
Tips industries, Facebook ink licensing deal. According to today’s article on Bloomberg Quint, "had announced a global deal with Facebook Inc. to license its music for video and other social experiences across Facebook and Instagram.", "With the move, Facebook and Instagram users will be able to add Tips’ music catalogue to their posts and stories, the statement added."
Facebook’s sales growth is 24.7% for the present quarter and 24.7% for the next. The company’s growth estimates for the ongoing 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 0.27%, a negative 0.53%, and a negative 0.17%, respectively.
Facebook’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 1.58%, 2.30%, and 2.63%, respectively.
Facebook’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value
Facebook’s stock is valued at $276.06 at 16:06 EST, 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 above its 50-day moving average of $276.03 and higher than its 200-day moving average of $262.30.
Previous days news about Facebook
Facebook shutting irish units at center of tax dispute: times. According to Bloomberg Quint on Sat Dec 26, "The move to wind down the units started after the U.S. Internal Revenue Service took Facebook to court, saying the social media company was shifting funds through Ireland to avoid U.S. taxes, the Times said. ", "The Irish companies were used to hold its intellectual property for international sales, and Facebook companies around the world would pay the units for the use of the IP, shifting much of the sales outside the U.S., the newspaper said. "
16 leaders from firms like Facebook, darktrace, revolut reflect on how the pandemic upended the way they work and live, and what 2021 will look like. According to Business Insider on Sun Dec 27, "We spoke to 15 CEOs, founders, and executives from firms such as Facebook, Revolut, and Darktrace about how 2020 had changed their priorities in work and life, and the lessons they want to take into 2020."