|Bid||72.71 x 3000|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's range||69.24 - 72.26|
|52-week range||36.76 - 101.15|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||3.87|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||25 Feb 2019 - 1 Mar 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||78.82|
Square, Freeport-McMoRan, Netflix and American Express highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
TE Connectivity's (TEL) fiscal first-quarter 2019 results are expected to benefit from robust solutions portfolio and normalizing seasonal trend in the end-markets.
Why Square Is Up Over 5% TodaySquareToday, Square (SQ) stock is trading on a strong bullish note after largely mixed movements over the previous five sessions. The stock posted a high for the day of $69.38, up about 5.3% from Wednesday’s closing
Square, Inc. (SQ) today announced the launch of Square Card, a free business debit Mastercard that helps businesses manage their cash flow by eliminating the time between making a sale and having the funds available to spend. Square Card also encourages commerce among the small business community by offering sellers a 2.75% instant discount on purchases made at other Square sellers. “As sellers make crucial spending decisions, we know that fast access to funds -- and the ability to put proceeds from sales to use immediately -- can help with overall cash flow management,” said Alyssa Henry, Seller Lead at Square.
Shares of Square (SQ) rest roughly 35% below their 52-week high at the moment, despite a 30% post-Christmas surge. And Square's fundamentals remain impressive amid a growing financial tech market.
Tech and Media Updates: Apple, Comcast, Facebook, and SpotifyStocks declined for the second straight sessionTech stocks have had a tough time over the last few months, as markets have realized that the sector faces a number of headwinds. The
PayPal (PYPL) fills its CMO role after six years, appoints Allison Johnson as the CMO and executive Vice President of the company.
Yes, at a growing number of New York City shops and cafes—especially joints featuring polished concrete floors and “sustainable” products—it’s impossible to pay with your hard-earned 10s and 20s, much less your nickels, dimes and pennies. Square, a payment system and financial-services provider, says 12% of its thousands of small-business customers in New York City have gone cashless. Granted, 50% of small businesses across the U.S. still don’t accept credit or debit cards.
One of the best stock pickers on Wall Street in 2019 isn't even human. The AI-powered equity ETF, or AIEQ, has already doubled the gain of the S&P 500 so far this year.
Alphabet Updates: Lawsuits, EU Expansion, Malta, and Verily(Continued from Prior Part)Google granted e-money permitLithuania has granted Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google a license that allows it to offer e-money services across the European Union
Jim Cramer zips through his responses to callers' stock questions, including one on a high-profile coffee play.
CEO Tim Cook has talked up the company's non-iPhone divisions in an effort to restore investor confidence. Still, Apple's services unit could be headed for a slowdown in Q4. But does this mean investors should run away from Apple stock?
If you're putting hours and hours into your fantasy football draft, the waiver wire and matchup prep, you could be using the same set of skills to invest in the stock market.
There's a newcomer to IBD's top fintech stocks, which include well-known names Mastercard, Visa, PayPal Holdings and Square. Green Dot is "an evolving fintech story," says one analyst.
The Latest News from Facebook: Can It Rise Over 20% in 2019? (Continued from Prior Part) ## One of the fastest-growing markets As much as the Vietnamese market presents challenges for Facebook (FB), it also presents an attractive growth opportunity. As the Wall Street Journal reported, some 60 million people in Vietnam—or more than 60% of the country’s population—use Facebook’s social network. Vietnam is also said to be one of Facebook’s fastest-growing markets. Vietnam is in Southeast Asia, a region in which the Internet economy is booming. According to a new research report by Google and Temasek Holdings, the Southeast Asian Internet economy will grow to $240 billion by 2025, up from $72 billion in 2018. In Vietnam alone, the Internet economy is on track to hit $33 billion by 2025, up from $9.0 billion in 2018. ## e-Commerce opportunity in Vietnam People in Vietnam use Facebook not only to connect with family and friends but also to sell items, exposing Facebook to the fast-growing e-commerce market in the country. The e-commerce market in Vietnam was valued at $0.4 billion in 2015 and is poised to grow to $15 billion by 2025. ## Monetizing the marketplace Facebook created a marketplace within its social network, allowing individuals and businesses to buy and sell items directly within its platform. It monetizes the marketplace through advertising, but there are other monetization options it could pursue. For example, e-commerce companies such as Amazon (AMZN) charge merchants a commission to be able to sell on their marketplaces. In addition, these e-commerce companies make loans to their marketplace sellers from which they earn interest revenue. Last year, eBay (EBAY) tapped Square (SQ) to extend small business loans to its sellers. PayPal (PYPL), which also runs a merchant lending business, is Facebook’s marketplace payment partner. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Did Facebook Break Vietnam’s Cybersecurity Law? * Part 3 - A Look at Facebook’s Efforts to Avoid Controversies * Part 4 - Initiative CEO Advises Clients to Boycott Facebook Advertising