Twitter, Inc.

NYSE: TWTR
$35.40
-$0.32 (-0.9%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
Morgan Stanley raised its price targets on social media leaders on Thursday, but are they close to or even above their fair value?
Facebook, under fire over President Trump’s posts, will label foreign state content. Do investors care?
After being fact-checked, President Donald Trump has promised to sign an executive order that would eliminate a decades-old privilege that internet companies have enjoyed.
Thanks to shelter-in-place orders around the globe, Facebook usage is way up. But the tech giant faces strong headwinds due to declines in advertising.
A new poll shows young people spending more time on image-focused sharing sites like Snapchat, to the detriment of Facebook and Twitter.
Twitter reported first-quarter earnings that included solid revenue growth and a modest beat on earnings per share. However, the good news for investors may be in a new focus on profit.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, American Airlines, American Express, Beyond Meat, Caterpillar, Clorox, eBay, Gilead Sciences, Twitter, Verizon Communications and...
Over the past month, we’ve seen an absolute roller-coaster of volatility in the markets, which has been the result of supply chain concerns across the globe and a general slowdown in business, all...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bed Bath & Beyond, Ciena, DocuSign, eHealth, Faceboook, Netflix, PNC Financial Services, Square, Tilray, Twitter and Zoom Video Communications.
A significant part of the downturn in social media share prices is likely attributable to investors' belief that these companies lost ad revenues in March and are likely to lose more.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included CBOE, Citrix Systems, Etsy, Intercontinental Exchange, Lululemon Athletica, Microsoft, Peloton Interactive, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Twitter...
In general, social media stocks should do well when millions of Americans are locked down at home. Where does Snap go from here?
Tuesday's top analyst calls included Advanced Micro Devices, Alcoa, Biomarin Pharmaceutical, Coca-Cola, Ford, General Motors, Intel, Kinder Morgan, Micron Technology, Nvidia, Tesla, Twitter and...
It is no secret that the coronavirus pandemic is making major changes to the world. Where things get interesting about COVID-19’s impact on business is that there are almost no places to hide,...
Monday's top analyst calls included AbbVie, AES, AT&T, Boeing, Carnival, CME, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Honeywell, Lululemon Athletica, Netflix, Shopify, Starbucks and Twitter.