TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.09 (+0.30%)
At close: 4:03PM EST
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Previous close30.30
Bid30.34 x 2900
Ask30.35 x 1400
Day's range30.24 - 30.61
52-week range26.26 - 45.86
Avg. volume15,014,817
Market cap24B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.56
PE ratio (TTM)14.81
EPS (TTM)2.05
Earnings date6 Feb 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est34.33
  • Why Twitter is furious over Disney+'s 'Home Alone' reboot
    Yahoo Finance

    Why Twitter is furious over Disney+'s 'Home Alone' reboot

    ‘Home Alone’ will be revived for Disney’s streaming service Disney+ and will star ‘JoJo Rabbit’ breakout star Archie Yates.

  • Financial Times

    Martín Guzmán shows a better way to deal with debt crises

    One of the major economic lessons of the past decade is that austerity doesn’t work. As Greece and myriad other countries have found, you can’t create growth when both the private sector and the public sector are cutting spending. as the new economy minister of Argentina, and the subsequent stabilisation of both Argentine bond prices and the peso, marks an important turning point in the conventional wisdom about how to fix failing nations.

  • Financial Times

    Trump called ‘national security threat’ as impeachment looms

    The US House of Representatives is expected to vote within days to send Mr Trump for trial in the Senate, in what would be only the third such action against a US president after Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998. Jerrold Nadler, the New York Democrat who heads the House judiciary committee, on Sunday said the House had to impeach Mr Trump because he remained a threat to US elections and democracy.

  • Financial Times

    Kindness in the workplace too often goes unrewarded

    The other day a colleague arrived at work looking unusually pleased. “You wouldn’t believe what just happened to me,” he said, and before I could stop him he had launched into a peculiar story about a suitcase. “Just put whatever you like in there,” said the man at the counter, pointing to a cancer charity box by the till.

  • Twitter (TWTR) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

    Twitter (TWTR) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

    Twitter (TWTR) closed at $30.40 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.33% move from the prior day.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC Reminds Investors of Upcoming Class Actions PG&E Corporation (PCG), Uniti Group Inc. (UNIT) & Twitter, Inc. (TWTR)

    NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2019 -- Attorney Advertising -- Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed against the following.

  • Financial Times

    US and China near trade deal lowering tariffs

    The US and China were closing in on a limited trade deal including a reduction in existing tariffs that have weighed down the world’s two largest economies for months, according to people familiar with the White House position. Hopes for such a pact pushed US stocks to record highs on Thursday, as investors cheered the imminent easing of tensions between Washington and Beijing.

  • Financial Times

    Corbyn goes bust as Britain demands a Brexit break

    How did you go bankrupt, asked a character in an Ernest Hemingway novel. At 9.59pm, there was a chance that Mr Corbyn would be prime minister. It was like boxer Sonny Liston’s first round knockout of Floyd Patterson — so decisive that it rather spoiled the TV spectacle.

  • Financial Times

    Boris Johnson channels Disraeli as he fights to keep one nation intact

    Boris Johnson has proved he is a great politician. One of the key architects of Brexit is not only going to have to build Brexit Britain, he must preserve the nation itself. for the UK has at last provided definition for the country’s future path.

  • Financial Times

    Labour leadership fight will decide if hard-left shift is abandoned

    Jeremy Corbyn announced he would not lead Labour into the next election after losing a swath of seats in the party’s northern heartlands to the Tories amid its most devastating election result in nearly a century. Members of the party’s leftwing leadership tried to blame a combination of Brexit, the mainstream media and disloyal centrist MPs as they struggled to react to the crushing result.

  • Financial Times

    Would you send a Christmas card to a stranger?

    People used to send more seasonal greetings cards in times gone by, but in December 1974, Phil and Joyce Kunz received a particularly bountiful crop. Some were simple offerings of “Happy Christmas” but others contained long letters. Phillip Kunz, a sociologist at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, was not entirely surprised.

  • Financial Times

    Boris Johnson calls for ‘healing’ after crushing UK election victory

    Boris Johnson called on the nation to “let the healing begin” after his Brexit election gamble paid off and his Conservative party secured a comprehensive parliamentary majority, winning a swath of seats through Labour’s heartlands. Speaking outside 10 Downing Street on Friday, Mr Johnson said he hoped the result would bring “closure” to the debate about the UK’s departure from the EU and urged “everyone to find closure”. The prime minister said that, in addition to Brexit, the “overwhelming priority” for his new government would be the National Health Service, which he described as a “beautiful idea that represents the best of our country”.

  • Financial Times

    Brexit will now happen but Boris Johnson’s win puts future of the UK in doubt

    The good news is that three years of political paralysis is over. The Brexit path is, for good or ill, at last clear; the UK has turned its back on hardline socialism and the country will at last have a stable government with a working majority. The result is an immense personal triumph for Boris Johnson.

  • Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates
    Associated Press

    Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates

    Twitter is bringing back special labels to help users identify accounts and tweets from U.S. political candidates. The company, which first used such labels for the midterms last year, said it is trying to provide users with original sources of information and prevent spoofed and fake accounts from fooling voters. Many political candidates already have blue checkmarks to indicate that Twitter has checked that they are who they say they are.

  • Twitter is bringing back Election Labels to identify 2020 US election candidates

    Twitter is bringing back Election Labels to identify 2020 US election candidates

    With just less than a year until U.S. Election Day, Twitter is bringing back its Election Labels, which provide information about political candidates -- including which office they're running for and their state and district number. The feature was first launched during the 2018 U.S. midterms, where the labels were seen 100 million times per day by Twitter users in the week before Election Day. In addition, 13% of U.S. election-related conversations on Twitter included a tweet with an Election Label, the company says.

  • Financial Times

    How not to win the technology race with China

    The animating ingredient of the great power contest between the US and China is the global race for digital primacy. whether to allow the Chinese communications company Huawei to supply equipment for the new 5G networks that will underpin critical national infrastructure. One way for others to think about the issue is to ask whether Beijing would allow their companies to embed such technology in China’s national systems.

  • Financial Times

    Can consumer spending overcome corporate gloom?

    When Gary Cohn was chief economics adviser to US President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018 he was an unabashed (and seemingly uncritical) cheerleader for the American economy. Consider his remarks at a US Securities and Exchange Commission event last week. Mr Cohn started by pointing out that, in America, “the consumer part of the economy looks pretty good.” Quite so: the so-called “consumer comfort” index (a sentiment and financial indicators indicator) has been running above 60 per cent, a near historic high.

  • AFP

    Twitter backs overhaul of social media to stem disinformation

    Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is funding research aimed at changing the way information circulates on social media -- with the goal of combating online violence, hate and disinformation. In a series of posts, he explained the goal is for Twitter to ultimately be subject to this new standard, which would be open to adoption by fellow social media networks like Facebook or TikTok. "We're facing entirely new challenges centralized solutions are struggling to meet," Dorsey said.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. Reminds Investors That Class Action Lawsuits Have Been Filed Against PG&E Corporation, Twitter, Sealed Air, and Abeona Therapeutics and Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

    Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C., a nationally recognized shareholder law firm, reminds investors that class action lawsuits have been commenced on behalf of stockholders of PG&E Corporation (PCG), Twitter, Inc. (TWTR), Sealed Air Corporation (SEE), and Abeona Therapeutics, Inc. (ABEO). On October 12, 2019, the New York Times published an article reporting on PG&E’s efforts to deal with the rolling power cuts it had implemented in California aimed at minimizing wildfire risk.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Zhang Investor Law Reminds Investors of December 30 Deadline in Securities Class Action Lawsuit Against  Twitter, Inc.– TWTR

    Zhang Investor Law announces a securities class action lawsuit on behalf of shareholders who bought shares of Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) from August 6, 2019 through October 23, 2019, inclusive (the “Class Period”). The lawsuit seeks to recover damages for Twitter, Inc. investors under the federal securities laws. If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff, you must move the Court no later than December 30, 2019.

  • Behind the Big Tech antitrust backlash: A turning point for America
    Yahoo Finance

    Behind the Big Tech antitrust backlash: A turning point for America

    There's a dramatic sea-change within the specialized biosphere of antitrust experts.

  • Twitter will now preserve JPEG quality for photo uploads on the web

    Twitter will now preserve JPEG quality for photo uploads on the web

    Twitter is changing the way it processes uploaded images, and the new way of doing things will be much-appreciated by any photographers sharing their work on the platform. Twitter engineer Nolan O'Brien shared that the platform will now preserve JPEG encoding when they're uploaded via Twitter on the web, instead of transcoding them, which results in a degradation in quality that can be frustrating for photo pros and enthusiasts. There are some limitations to keep in mind -- Twitter will still be transcoding and compressing the thumbnails for the images, which is what you see in your Twitter feed.

  • Financial Times

    Twitter seeks to build an open social media platform

    Twitter has said it wants to solve the spread of harmful and fake content by open-sourcing how its platform works. Jack Dorsey, the social media site’s chief executive, said the company will pay an independent team of as many as five researchers to develop an “open and decentralised standard for social media”. Social media platforms such as Twitter and larger rival Facebook, which generate most of their revenues from advertising, have long come under fire for the way in which their computer programs reward extreme and provocative content because it captures the attention of users.

  • Financial Times

    US hits Iran’s biggest airline and shipping group with sanctions

    The US has imposed sanctions on Iran’s biggest shipping company and largest airline for allegedly helping Tehran develop ballistic missiles in contravention of UN sanctions. Mike Pompeo, secretary of state, on Wednesday announced the sanctions on the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and its China-based subsidiary, E-Sail Shipping, as well as Mahan Air. The sanctions on the entities, which are already subject to other US punitive actions, are being imposed under an executive order aimed at stopping the development and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

  • Financial Times

    Deal reached on revised USMCA trade pact

    in Mexico City after Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump finally reached an agreement removing obstacles to US ratification of the treaty replacing Nafta. The ceremony in Mexico’s National Palace on Tuesday came just over a year after leaders of the North American countries signed the new trade agreement in Buenos Aires.