TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
38.32
-0.73 (-1.87%)
As of 10:18AM EST. Market open.
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Previous close39.05
Open38.67
Bid38.20 x 1800
Ask38.21 x 900
Day's range38.17 - 38.76
52-week range28.63 - 45.86
Volume2,288,948
Avg. volume15,717,301
Market cap29.748B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.43
PE ratio (TTM)20.49
EPS (TTM)1.87
Earnings date29-Apr-2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est35.89
  • Investors Still Cautious As Markets Show Solid Recovery
    Investor's Business Daily Video

    Investors Still Cautious As Markets Show Solid Recovery

    Leading companies like Uber, Snap, Twitter, Spotify, Match, Chipotle, and Disney reported strong earnings, as the market regained much of the prior week's coronavirus sell off.

  • Twitter sales hit $1 billion for the first time
    Reuters Videos

    Twitter sales hit $1 billion for the first time

    Twitter reached a financial milestone, pulling in $1 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time in the company's history, ending 2019 on a bright note. That's according to earnings posted by the social media company on Thursday. Most of the revenue growth came from the United States, where the company is facing scrutiny over efforts to tackle misinformation around the 2020 election. Twitter's also been under pressure to make its platform more user-friendly, and efforts to do so appear to have paid off. Twitter was able to sign up more subscribers. The number of monetizable daily active users rose to a stronger-than-expected 152 million in the fourth quarter, up from 126 million the same period the year before. That led to better-than-expected quarterly sales. But profits disappointed, as did the company's first-quarter sales outlook. Like many social media companies, Twitter is spending more to clean up its platform. Twitter took the bold step of banning political ads, a move its larger rival Facebook has not matched, choosing instead to simply tweak its policy on political ads. Shares of Twitter were on the rise in Thursday trading.

  • Twitter Soars On Earnings
    Investor's Business Daily Video

    Twitter Soars On Earnings

    Earnings missed expectations, but sales were better than expected. Monetizable daily active users were 152 million, up 21% and above expectations for 147.5 million. Tight sideways action after today would be ideal.

  • Financial Times

    Bayer ends digital farming agreement after Twitter backlash

    A social media backlash in the US over data sharing concerns has forced Bayer’s digital farming business to end a partnership with a start-up linking landowners and farmers. Bayer’s Climate Corporation and Tillable felt the full force of “ag Twitter” when many farmers, who use the social media site to exchange information and tips, raised concerns about data sharing between the two after the farmland rental platform sent marketing letters to landowners saying they could help them secure higher rents.

  • Social media ads 'posing as articles' are a problem, says media exec Vivek Shah
    Yahoo Finance

    Social media ads 'posing as articles' are a problem, says media exec Vivek Shah

    The most concerning ads on social media are not necessarily false but rather those “posing as articles,” says Vivek Shah, who runs J2 Global, an advertising and media company that owns sites including Mashable, IGN, and PCMag.

  • Financial Times

    Correction: Facebook and Twitter

    Social media group Facebook generated $25.57 per person last year rather than $7.38, while rival Twitter generated about $24, rather than $5.68 as incorrectly stated in an article on February 5. Copyright ...

  • Spain's far-right Vox party takes Twitter to court over tweet ban
    Reuters

    Spain's far-right Vox party takes Twitter to court over tweet ban

    Spain's ultra-conservative Vox party has filed a criminal complaint in a Spanish court against Twitter, alleging the social media company violated its basic rights by blocking it from tweeting, Vox said on Friday. Twitter disabled the tweet function on Vox's official account in Spain more than two weeks ago, after - in an apparent reference to a gender equality programme for schoolchildren - the account sent out a post accusing the governing Socialists of using public money to encourage paedophilia.

  • Sign In to Social Media ETFs as Twitter Rallies on User Growth
    Zacks

    Sign In to Social Media ETFs as Twitter Rallies on User Growth

    Twitter's product improvement created solid user base in Q4 and boosted these social media ETFs.

  • Stocks Climb, Uber Earnings Preview & A New Strong Buy Tech Stock - Free Lunch
    Zacks

    Stocks Climb, Uber Earnings Preview & A New Strong Buy Tech Stock - Free Lunch

    The latest U.S.-China trade war news. Quarterly earnings results from the likes of Twitter. The episode then dives into an Uber Q4 earnings preview, before it closes with why Western Digital is a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) stock...

  • Twitter (TWTR) Q4 Earnings Miss, User Growth Aids Top Line
    Zacks

    Twitter (TWTR) Q4 Earnings Miss, User Growth Aids Top Line

    Twitter's (TWTR) fourth-quarter 2019 results reflect solid user growth, driven by relevant content and improving security of the platform.

  • Initial Jobless Claims Decline Sharply
    Zacks

    Initial Jobless Claims Decline Sharply

    Initial Jobless Claims Decline Sharply.

  • Jobless Claims 202K, Lowest Since Mid-2018; Plus TWTR Q4
    Zacks

    Jobless Claims 202K, Lowest Since Mid-2018; Plus TWTR Q4

    This 202K puts us down toward the bottom of our long-term range of 200-225K new claims, consistent with a robust U.S. labor market.

  • Twitter (TWTR) Misses Q4 Earnings Estimates
    Zacks

    Twitter (TWTR) Misses Q4 Earnings Estimates

    Twitter (TWTR) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -10.71% and 1.00%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • Twitter revenue tops $1bn a quarter for first time
    The Guardian

    Twitter revenue tops $1bn a quarter for first time

    Twitter revenue tops $1bn a quarter for first time. Social media firm’s shares climb after revenues rebound far above expectations

  • Twitter notches first $1 billion quarterly revenue, beating estimates; shares jump
    Reuters

    Twitter notches first $1 billion quarterly revenue, beating estimates; shares jump

    Twitter recorded most of its revenue growth in the United States, a major market where the company will face scrutiny this year over how it tackles misinformation ahead of the presidential election in November. Twitter has also focused on relevant content and notifications, which has boosted average monetizable daily active users (mDAU), or users who see ads when logged in through twitter.com or Twitter applications. Quarterly revenue https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/editorcharts/TWITTER-RESULTS/0H001R89JBSE/index.html?eikon=true grew 11% from a year earlier to $1.01 billion, also beating the expectation of $996.7 million.

  • Twitter tops user, sales expectations for 4Q
    Yahoo Finance

    Twitter tops user, sales expectations for 4Q

    Twitter posted fourth-quarter 2019 earnings results before market open on Thursday.

  • Best of the Beauty and Social Media Earnings Charts
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    Best of the Beauty and Social Media Earnings Charts

    Who has the best chart of the beauty and social media companies reporting this week?

  • Twitter, Uber earnings: What to know in markets Thursday
    Yahoo Finance

    Twitter, Uber earnings: What to know in markets Thursday

    In a packed Wednesday with a handful of earnings announcements, investors will pay close attention to results from social media company Twitter and ride-sharing giant Uber.

  • Tech Daily: The Google Story & Much More
    Zacks

    Tech Daily: The Google Story & Much More

    Alphabet's quarter was marred by lower-than-expected YouTube volumes, but there were plenty other stories that increases confidence in the technology sector.

  • Investing.com

    Day Ahead: Top 3 Things to Watch for Feb. 6

    Investing.com - Here are three things to could rock the markets tomorrow.