SQ - Square, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
73.77
-0.20 (-0.27%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

74.20 +0.43 (0.58%)
After hours: 8:00PM EDT

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Previous close73.97
Open74.56
Bid74.41 x 900
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's range72.75 - 75.90
52-week range31.44 - 101.15
Volume22,583,454
Avg. volume13,383,651
Market cap30.277B
Beta (3Y Monthly)4.34
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.16
Earnings date7 Nov 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est82.24
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  • Here’s What Square Did Before Entering Consumer Lending
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    Square (SQ) announced earlier this month that it would start extending loans of up to $10,000 consumers as long as they are buying from merchants that use Square products or services. Square’s consumer lending product is called Square Installments. Its launch marks the expansion of the company’s credit business.

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  • How Wall Street Rates Square after CFO Departure
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    How Wall Street Rates Square after CFO Departure

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  • Why Square Stock Has Plunged Nearly 20% in the Last Two Days
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    Why Square Stock Has Plunged Nearly 20% in the Last Two Days

    The loss in value was due to the resignation announcement of the company’s chief financial officer (or CFO), Sarah Friar. On Wednesday, Friar declared that she will step down from the payments company and will join the San-Francisco-based social networking firm Nextdoor in December this year as CEO. In fact, according to a Bloomberg report, the departure of Friar could continue to pressure the stock in the coming months, as she was the face of the company and had served the company for six years.

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    Why PayPal Is Kicking Some Customers Out

    As much as PayPal (PYPL) is in heated competition with Square (SQ), LendingClub (LC), eBay-backed (EBAY) Adyen, and others for payment and loan customers, there comes a time when the company decides to put its foot down and kick out some customers. This happens when PayPal determines that a customer is in violation of its rules and is promoting hate, which is what happened recently in the case of Infowars. Last month, PayPal decided to terminate its business dealings with Infowars, a far-right American media platform run by controversial radio host Alex Jones.

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