Shares of Uber 3.41% to $52.49 at 14:05 EST on Friday, after two sessions in a row of . The New York Stock Exchange is 0.64% to $14,302.90, following yesterday’s upward trend, This seems, , a somewhat trend today.

Uber’s last close was $54.35, 6.73% its 52-week high of $56.02.

Uber’s Sales

Uber’s sales growth is a negative 11% for the quarter and 8.8% for the next. The company’s growth estimates for the quarter and the next is 14.1% and 67.1%, respectively.

Uber’s Revenue

Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth by 17.9%, now sitting on 12.98B for the twelve trailing months.

Uber’s Stock Top and Bottom Yearly Value

Uber’s stock is at $52.49 at 14:05 EST, its 52-week high of $56.02 and way its 52-week low of $13.71.

Uber’s Moving Average

Uber’s is way its 50-day moving average of $45.73 and way its 200-day moving average of $36.64.

Previous days news about Uber

Uber cuts bait with another money-losing distraction. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tue Dec 8, “Sometimes giving up is the right move. Late Monday, Uber Technologies Inc. announced plans to sell its self-driving unit to startup Aurora Innovation Inc. Under the terms of the deal, Uber will invest $400 million in cash and transfer its team and technology to Aurora in exchange for a 26% stake in the company. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021.”

Uber pays up to take back seat on driverless cars. According to The Wall Street Journal on Tue Dec 8, “In a sign of investors’ meager appetite for driverless-car ventures, Uber Technologies Inc. isn’t so much selling its ill-fated project as paying a rival to take it on.”

Uber sells flying taxi division to joby in broader retrenchment. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tue Dec 8, “Uber Technologies Inc. is selling off its flying taxi division to Joby Aviation and investing in the startup, marking the second time this week Uber abandoned a side project as it aims to turn a quarterly profit next year.”

U.k. considers toughening up tax rules on Uber, airbnb trade. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wed Dec 9, “The U.K. government is considering toughening up tax rules on activities in the sharing economy, such as rides with Uber Technologies Inc. or bookings made on Airbnb Inc., in a bid to raise more revenue and create a “level playing field” for businesses.”

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