|Bid||116.07 x 800|
|Ask||116.49 x 1300|
|Day's range||115.66 - 116.77|
|52-week range||74.66 - 119.95|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.95|
|PE ratio (TTM)||63.01|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2019 - 29 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||116.55|
Now it's time to check out three tech stocks that came through our screen today that growth investors might want to consider at the moment...
Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google is integrating deeper with PayPal to boost presence in digital payments industry and be more competitive against Apple, Amazon, Samsung and Square.
Google and PayPal have been strategic partners for some time. The companies in 2017 announced that PayPal would become a payment method in Android Pay, the service that later rebranded as Google Pay. Last year, users who added PayPal as a payment method on Google Pay could then pay for services like Gmail, YouTube, Google Play and Google Store purchases via a PayPal option in Google Pay.
Amazon (AMZN) unveils AmazonFresh service in Las Vegas which will allow Prime members in the city to get their daily essential goods and grocery items delivered within one or two hours.
PayPal Chief Operating Officer Bill Ready is leaving the company at the end ofthe year, PayPal announced via a statement issued on Thursday
PayPal said COO Bill Ready will leave at the end of this year to “pursue entrepreneurial interests.” The company’s chief commercial officer, Gary Marino, retired in April.
PayPal Holdings, Inc. (PYPL), global technology platform and digital payments leader, today announced that Bill Ready will transition at the end of 2019 to pursue entrepreneurial interests outside the Company. “Since joining PayPal six years ago, I have had the privilege of working alongside many incredibly talented people, and I am proud of what we as a leadership team have accomplished together,” said Bill Ready. “The transformative work we are doing has positioned PayPal for success well into the future.
Square stock is down roughly 3.5% over the last three months as investors decide what's next for the once high-flying financial tech giant.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said his firm has “more to gain than anybody” from the booming trend of non-cash transactions.
Tech giant Facebook consulted the Federal Reserve ahead of the launch of its cryptocurrency Libra, according to Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
Facebook’s ambitious cryptocurrency project ‘Calibra’ comes as the social media behemoth continues to face scrutiny about data privacy.
Investors have been excited for a while now about the potential for a Palantir market debut, even though the company has yet to lay out any specific plans for an initial public offering.
The currency will be called Libra and will be managed by the new Facebook (FB) subsidiary, Calibra. Calibra's digital wallet containing Libra is expected to be launched in Messenger, WhatsApp and as a standalone app in the first half of 2020.