TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
36.44
+0.29 (+0.80%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT

36.79 +0.35 (0.96%)
Pre-market: 9:14AM EDT

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Previous close36.15
Open36.26
Bid36.74 x 1200
Ask36.83 x 2200
Day's range36.11 - 36.68
52-week range26.19 - 46.92
Volume7,562,015
Avg. volume15,408,323
Market cap27.94B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.17
PE ratio (TTM)21.11
EPS (TTM)1.73
Earnings date26 Jul 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est39.97
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Financial Times1 hour ago

    Trump hits out at Draghi over signal of fresh eurozone stimulus

    US president Donald Trump has accused Mario Draghi of unfairly manipulating the euro, after the European Central Bank president gave his clearest indication yet that he will launch another round of stimulus if weak growth and political uncertainty fail to dissipate. Speaking at the ECB’s annual symposium in Sintra, Portugal, Mr Draghi said the bank had “considerable headroom” to launch a fresh expansion of its €2.6tn quantitative easing programme and suggested it could, in the short term, target inflation above its medium-term goal of just under 2 per cent for a limited period of time. In response, Mr Trump suggested that Europe was engaging in currency manipulation.

  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    Tanker attacks add pressure on Europe to turn against Iran

    European powers are facing the most severe test of their readiness to side with Iran in more than a year as the fallout from attacks on two oil tankers and Iran’s vow to bust limits on its uranium stocks leaves them under mounting US pressure to turn against Tehran. in the Gulf of Oman, allegations that further damaged a landmark nuclear deal with Tehran.

  • Twitter (TWTR) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know
    Zacks15 hours ago

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

    Twitter (TWTR) closed the most recent trading day at $36.44, moving +0.8% from the previous trading session.

  • Twitter Risks Fines in Russia
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    Twitter Risks Fines in Russia

    Russia isn’t seeking to block Twitter or Facebook from its market if they don't comply with its data localization law. Instead, the country would likely fine the companies for data breaches. Twitter is one of the top social media services in Russia.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    Boris Johnson’s ‘muffled language’ unveils darker instincts

    For the one thing everyone knows about Mr Johnson is that he is lying. For once, he was direct: “Occasionally, some plaster comes off the ceiling as a result of some phrase that I use or the way that phrase is wrenched out of context,” he stated, in a simultaneous display of defiance and victimhood.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    Fail better: what BT learnt from hitting a brick wall

    When telecoms engineers working for BT’s newly branded subsidiary Openreach first visited customers to carry out repairs or install services, they ran into an unexpected obstacle. “All the time people ask us ‘What is Openreach?’ We never had these problems with BT, because they trust BT and just let us in. When they referred up to divisional managers, the front-line staff were told to persist.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    Trump’s ‘maximum pressure’ Iran strategy stokes war fears

    Mr Trump has swung like a pendulum on Tehran since he withdrew the US from the Iran nuclear deal a year ago. At times he has warned Iran of “severe consequences” if it threatened the US. will force the Iranian regime to the negotiating table but with an increasingly weak bargaining position.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    EU poised to tackle cyber security failures

    The EU is preparing to tackle its cyber security failures in the wake of breaches including a massive leak of diplomatic cables and the suspected hacking of its mission in Moscow. Bloc leaders are expected to start talks at a summit in Brussels this week aimed at countering problems ranging from eavesdropping to communication breakdowns that meant the Russia incident was little-known internally for weeks, diplomats said. to keep pace with growing threats to information security, especially given the bloc’s extensive vulnerabilities as a network of 28 sovereign states.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    This year’s Women’s World Cup may be a turning point

    Last week The Sun newspaper published a story about what it called the “Haps”, the husbands and partners of England’s players in the Women’s football World Cup in France. The paper predicted the Haps would be as important as the Wags, the wives and girlfriends of England’s male team, who it deemed a “calm and constant presence” at last year’s World Cup in Russia. The Sun’s discovery of the Haps is just one sign of an explosion of commercial interest in women’s football that is both striking and disruptive.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    US warns UN over official’s Xinjiang tour

    Beijing claims the policy has prevented any violent attacks in the region during that period. John Sullivan, US deputy secretary of state, told António Guterres, UN secretary-general, that the planned visit of Vladimir Voronkov to Xinjiang was “highly inappropriate”, in a phone call on Friday.

  • Facebook Watch Gaining Steam, New Features to Aid User Growth
    Zacks4 days ago

    Facebook Watch Gaining Steam, New Features to Aid User Growth

    Facebook (FB) Watch has now more than 720-million monthly and 140-million daily users, who spend at least one minute on Watch.

  • Why Twitter Stock Plunged on June 13
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Why Twitter Stock Plunged on June 13

    Twitter (TWTR) stock fell 3% on June 13 after MoffettNathanson analyst Michael Nathanson reiterated his "sell" rating on the stock. The analyst lowered his price target from $28 to $25. Twitter is currently trading at $36.2 per share.

  • How Twitter bots are stirring new divisions by 'fishwrapping' old news
    Yahoo Finance4 days ago

    How Twitter bots are stirring new divisions by 'fishwrapping' old news

    There is an army of fake Twitter accounts sowing disinformation on social media—by recycling old terror events as breaking news, according to new research.

  • 'Now seems to be an especially opportune time to sell Twitter' says MoffettNathanson
    Yahoo Finance4 days ago

    'Now seems to be an especially opportune time to sell Twitter' says MoffettNathanson

    In a note to investors, Michael Nathanson and Benne Rosner wrote that as they look into the second half of 2019, now seems to be an especially opportune time to sell Twitter.

  • Is Twitter (TWTR) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?
    Zacks4 days ago

    Is Twitter (TWTR) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?

    Is (TWTR) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    Hong Kong risks losing trade privileges under proposed US law

    Senior US lawmakers have introduced legislation aimed at pressuring Hong Kong to shelve an extradition bill that critics say would further erode the autonomy that the former British colony was guaranteed on its handover to mainland China. The move, which increases pressure on the territory’s government to suspend the bill, came as a senior adviser to Hong Kong’s leader, Carrie Lam, suggested the bill could be delayed and activists in the territory called for another mass demonstration on Sunday. Members of the US Congressional-Executive Commission on China — led by Democratic congressman Jim McGovern and Republican senator Marco Rubio — introduced a measure that would require the US secretary of state to certify every year that Hong Kong remains autonomous from mainland China.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    EU election suffered Russian disinformation, Brussels finds

    Russian sources mounted a “continued and sustained” disinformation effort to “suppress turnout and influence voter preferences” at last month’s EU parliament elections, an initial review by Brussels has concluded. Social media companies fell short in their efforts to tackle the malicious activity despite improvements in some areas, the analysis found, warning that they risked regulation if they failed to do better. The document, due to be published on Friday, does not draw conclusions about who was behind the disinformation or how it was co-ordinated.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    Jair Bolsonaro fires Brazil minister seen as voice of moderation

    Brazil’s rightwing president Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday fired Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz, a retired army general and government minister viewed as a  voice of moderation in a government seeking to ...

  • Is It Time to Sell Twitter?
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Is It Time to Sell Twitter?

    One Street analyst certainly thinks so.

  • Twitter removes nearly 4,800 accounts linked to Iranian government
    Engadget5 days ago

    Twitter removes nearly 4,800 accounts linked to Iranian government

    Twitter has suspended nearly 4,800 accounts it suspected of being directly runor linked to the Iranian government

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    Sell Twitter Stock Because of Its Extreme Valuation, Analyst Says

    Twitter will fall significantly because of its slowing growth rate later this year, according to MoffettNathanson.

  • Twitter deletes accounts linked to foreign governments
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Twitter deletes accounts linked to foreign governments

    Twitter says it has deleted nearly 4,800 suspect accounts linked to Iran that the company says secretly pushed that government's agenda. Twitter is adding those accounts and their tweets to a public database it launched last year to track its battle against government-linked misinformation. It is also adding a smaller number of deleted accounts linked to Russia, Venezuela and the Catalonia region of Spain.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Reacquainting yourself with cash could change your values

    The other day I was walking along with a friend when a couple of five pound notes fluttered past our heads. The sensation of handing over the note felt quite unfamiliar and I realised it had been some time since I had paid cash for anything — particularly a coffee — with contactless payments now so easy in the UK. Cash was overtaken by debit cards as the most common method of payment last year, while more than two-thirds of adults made a contactless payment in 2018.

  • Investing.com5 days ago

    Twitter Slumps on Analyst Call to Sell Stock

    Michael Nathanson reiterate his bearish call, saying that the company wasn’t dealing with cybersecurity issues, MarketWatch reported.