Fast Analysis: Why Facebook's Stock Didn't Plunge on Zuckerberg's Testimony
Zuckerberg takes the Hill.

No news is good news right now on Facebook (FB) . 

So far, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has survived an initial round of grilling by headline-thirsty lawmakers. Zuckerberg has come across as polished and ready to tackle the challenges Facebook faces. More importantly, he hasn't divulged any fresh news that would be deemed material to Facebook's stock.

In fact, Zuck opened up the door to a future profit center: a paid subscription product.

Shares spiked 4.5% as Zuckerberg spoke. Watch more analysis below. 

Is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg crushing it right now? $FB https://t.co/weeDZwPJw7

— Brian Sozzi (@BrianSozzi) April 10, 2018

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