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|Day's range||143.65 - 146.20|
|52-week range||106.95 - 177.55|
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|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Now that growth is coming back to earth, the stock has fallen 51% from its high last year. Despite that, there are several good reasons to think Zoom could stage a rebound. In the second quarter of last year, Zoom saw sales climb more than 350% and customers with more than 10 users jump over 450%.
Such buyout bids usually come with a nice premium to where the stock traded immediately prior to the news, and that can mean a quick payday for shareholders. Two months ago, Five9's stock moved higher after Zoom announced that it had come to an agreement to acquire the call-center platform specialist. Under the terms of the deal, Zoom would pay roughly $14.7 billion in an all-stock transaction that would give Five9 shareholders 0.5533 shares of Zoom stock for every Five9 share.