TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
46.57
+1.62 (+3.60%)
As of 12:55PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close44.95
Open45.56
Bid46.77 x 1400
Ask46.78 x 800
Day's range45.45 - 46.92
52-week range15.67 - 47.79
Volume19,073,701
Avg. volume31,526,025
Market cap34.923B
Beta0.80
PE ratio (TTM)2,328.50
EPS (TTM)0.02
Earnings date25 Jul 2018 - 30 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est31.09
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • UBS: World Cup A Winner For Twitter
    Investing.com5 hours ago

    UBS: World Cup A Winner For Twitter

    Investing.com - The World Cup is just getting started, but one Wall Street firm thinks Twitter is already a winner.In a note to clients, UBS said the global soccer tournament will prompt people to use Twitter more.The firm raised its stock price target 44%, saying the World Cup would be a catalyst for Twitter shares.The World Cup is just the latest major event this year to increase activity on Twitter. The Winter Olympics and UK royal wedding already had such an effect. The midterm elections are expected to provide another boost.UBS also said Twitter's revenue will continue to grow with the advertising shift from TV to the Internet. Twitter's stock price began a surge in February when the social media company reported the first quarterly profit in its history.Shares are up more than 100% in the past six months.

  • MarketWatch4 hours ago

    What Elon Musk, Tim Cook and other tech leaders have said about separating immigrant families

    The comments come as President Donald Trump continues to defend the actions at the U.S. border. Apple Inc. (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook called the practice “inhumane” in a discussion with the Irish Times, and Cook said he felt an important part of being a good citizen was to “try to advocate your point of view” rather than complaining from the sidelines.

  • Forbes4 hours ago

    Europe Approves 'Wildly Dangerous' Copyright Rules

    The whole internet is set to be subject to ContentID-type filtering in Europe, thanks to new copyright proposals that have been voted through by the European Parliament. Article 11, narrowly approved by 13 to 12 votes, requires any site linking to a third-party site with a snippet to adhere to an astonishing 28 separate copyright laws, or else pay for a licence to provide the link.

  • Financial Times5 hours ago

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  • A Look at Twitter’s Technical Indicators
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    A Look at Twitter’s Technical Indicators

    Twitter (TWTR) generated investor returns of 39.9% in the trailing-one-month period and 172.1% in the trailing-12-month period. Twitter’s stock price has gained ~11.1% in the trailing-five-day period.

  • Financial Times6 hours ago

    [$$] Why disabled people like me give up on careers

    When I was 13, I was diagnosed with a rare, progressive neuromuscular condition called Friedreich’s ataxia. My condition means I find it hard to balance and my energy is low, so for the past two years I have relied on a wheelchair. Now I am 21, my attention should be focused on my degree in French and Italian, and my summer internship in London at the Financial Times.

  • Financial Times11 hours ago

    [$$] The best and worst of Meseberg

    The “Meseberg Declaration”, signed off by the two leaders at their summit meeting on Tuesday, is supposed to be the founding document of that endeavour, and serves as a roadmap to be presented to other EU leaders later this month. The EU will begin “work on a roadmap to political negotiations”.

  • Financial Times15 hours ago

    [$$] Thailand’s military junta chief to visit London and Paris

    The head of Thailand’s military junta is travelling to London and Paris for what will be the highest level visit to Europe by a member of the regime since the military seized power four years ago. Mr Prayuth will travel to London at the head of a large ministerial and corporate delegation on Wednesday, and will meet Prime Minister Theresa May. His European trip will include meetings with executives from British and French companies, including the aerospace group Airbus in Toulouse. Human rights groups have called on Mrs May and Mr Macron to press Mr Prayuth to set a date for new elections that would mark a return to democracy in Thailand.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

    [$$] Russian Trolls Weigh In on Roseanne Barr and Donald Trump Jr.

    With U.S. midterm elections approaching, Russian trolls found ways to remain active on Twitter well into 2018, trying to rile up the American electorate with tweets on everything from Roseanne Barr’s firing to Donald Trump Jr.’s divorce, a Wall Street Journal analysis found. Newly identified Russian trolls posted politically divisive messages on Twitter as recently as last month, hitting on a wide array of hot-button issues, according to a Journal analysis of recently revealed investigative documents and Twitter data.

  • Twitter Revises Political Ad Policy before 2018 Midterm Elections
    Market Realist19 hours ago

    Twitter Revises Political Ad Policy before 2018 Midterm Elections

    As the 2018 midterm elections approach, the 2016 presidential election is still in the minds of social media companies and users. The election affected Twitter (TWTR), Facebook (FB), and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google, as these companies came under fire for allegedly enabling Russian agents to meddle in the US elections.

  • How Twitter Managed Its Recovery
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Twitter Managed Its Recovery

    Twitter (TWTR) stock has had a tremendous run lately. Twitter stock was boosted significantly by its recent inclusion in the S&P 500. Twitter recorded its first-ever profits in Q4 2017 and followed that with another profitable quarter.

  • Forbesyesterday

    Twitter To Score Ultimate World Cup Win

    JUNE 19: Moussa Wague of Senegal is challenged by Kamil Grosicki of Poland during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group H match between Poland and Senegal at Spartak Stadium on June 19, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. Sports fans often use Twitter to follow and discuss live sporting events. A lot has changed on the platform since the last World Cup.

  • Square Boosts Bitcoin Presence With BitLicense in New York
    Zacksyesterday

    Square Boosts Bitcoin Presence With BitLicense in New York

    Square's (SQ) receives virtual currency license in New York which is likely to improve customer base.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Senate Republicans rebuke Trump on immigration

    on Tuesday, as Senate Republicans rebuked the president by pushing legislation that would halt his administration’s policy of separating children from their parents after families have crossed into the US illegally. from their parents, Republicans have been desperate to limit the fallout from the zero-tolerance immigration policy that Mr Trump has instituted to reduce illegal border crossings.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] The bank branch that looks nothing like a bank

    What is the future of the bank branch? of letters and emails — especially from FT readers living in more rural areas where branch closures have a particularly devastating effect. Bank branches are closing at the “alarming rate” of 60 per month in the UK, a trend that has accelerated since 2016, according to a Which?

  • Investopediayesterday

    5 Hot Stocks Vulnerable to Steep Declines

    As some of 2018's red hot stocks soar, several investors view them as particularly vulnerable to pullbacks.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] US withdraws from UN Human Rights Council 

    The US withdrew from the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday, dealing a blow to human rights campaigners and efforts by US allies to keep Washington as a member. The US made the decision after repeatedly ...

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Kim Jong Un visits Beijing after Trump summit

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has visited China for the third time this year, seeking a relaxation of sanctions in the latest flurry of diplomacy following this month’s historic summit with US President Donald Trump. A police-escorted motorcade carried the reclusive Mr Kim along Beijing’s central artery, Chang’an Avenue, on Tuesday to kick off a visit that China’s official Xinhua news agency said would last for two days. The announcement was a departure from protocol, as Beijing usually waits until after North Korean leaders have left to acknowledge their visits.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Deals down under

    The US may be trying to start a global trade war, but the EU machine that churns out new bilateral trade agreements keeps humming steadily along. On Monday it was the turn of Australia, which hosted Cecilia Malmstrom (who took a bit of time out to go looking for kangaroos) formally to open talks. Australia’s trade policy machinery operation became internationally renowned within the WTO.

  • CNBCyesterday

    3 reasons to bet big on large banks, according to one Wall Street bull

    Wall Street bull Tony Dwyer says now is a good time to buy financials. Now is a good time to make a bet on big banks, said Wall Street bull Tony Dwyer. In May, President Donald Trump signed into law a rewrite of the so-called "Volcker Rule, " easing banking regulations.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Disruption-free professions? I can name two

    I was in a room full of lawyers recently when one asked how long they could carry on working the way they did. In what other job, he asked, could people get away with charging by the hour, so that the ...

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] EU to consider building ‘migrant centres’ outside bloc

    EU leaders are considering plans to send migrants rescued at sea to “disembarkation platforms” in countries outside the union, in a sign of the tougher approach to migration taking hold across Europe. The processing centres would be used to separate “economic migrants” from “those in need of international protection”, before those rescued set foot in the EU. The proposals will be discussed at next week’s EU leaders’ meeting in Brussels, according to draft summit conclusions seen by the FT.

  • U.S. Lawmakers Release Thousands of Russia Today Twitter Ads
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    U.S. Lawmakers Release Thousands of Russia Today Twitter Ads

    Democratic lawmakers released thousands of advertisements placed on Twitter by Russia Today during the 2016 election campaign, showing how the state-backed broadcasting network promoted stories on the social network that tried to sow discord among Americans. Twitter has since banned advertising from all accounts owned by the Russian media company, now known as RT, after U.S. investigators concluded it attempted to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. U.S. House and Senate committees and Special Counsel Robert Mueller have reviewed the ads run by RT and other Russia-linked sources on Twitter and Facebook Inc. as part of their separate investigations into Russia’s involvement in the election.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Square Gets License to Offer Bitcoin in New York

    With the start of the week, news has broken that another company has obtained a "BitLicense" from the New York State Department of Financial Services. Square Inc. ( SQ), the payments company and brainchild of Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter Inc. ( TWTR), will be the ninth company to have been granted one of these licenses. This included an examination of the company's app, its anti-money laundering, anti-fraud and cybersecurity policies.

  • Twitter Shares Rise as Investment Banks Raise Price Targets
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Twitter Shares Rise as Investment Banks Raise Price Targets

    Shares of Twitter (TWTR) rose 11.1% in the week that ended on June 15 to close at $45.80. Twitter shares have generated a return of 172% in the trailing 12 months and 40% in the trailing one month after rising almost 48% in 2017. Twitter stock is trading 192% above its 52-week low of $15.67 and 4% below its 52-week high of $47.79.