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Twitter shares jump after the investment bank Morgan Stanley revealed a passive stake in the micro-blogging website now worth around $1.3 billion.
A run-in with an Internet imposter raises questions on why it's still so hard for Twitter and Facebook to stamp out fake accounts and behavior -- and what it says about their business.
Twitter beat earnings expectations but shares promptly fell, but that doesn't faze Jim Cramer. He explains why he thinks that Twitter is still portfolio-worthy.
Don't get too bearish, says Jim Cramer, but don't break discipline here. This is a perfectly reasonable decline.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled on concerns over slowing global growth and chances for a U.S.-China trade deal.
Facebook Inc. is grappling with another challenge to how it does business, with German regulators cracking down on the tech giant's efforts to combine user data from across the internet into their Facebook accounts.
Twitter posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Thursday as the micro-blogging website held user growth but said expenses would rise notably this year as it moved to protect the integrity of its platform.
In its latest earnings report, Twitter announced that it would stop sharing its monthly user count, which has been declining, in favor of a daily user metric that's seeing moderate growth.
The key metric, the one that will continue to matter, is adjusted net income and those advertising dollars.
Twitter stock is taking a bath on Thursday, falling more than 9% despite beating on fourth-quarter earnings.
Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in Twitter Inc , where a total of 319,527 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 32.0 million underlying shares. That amounts to about 176.5% of TWTR's average daily trading volume over the past month of 18.1 million shares.
We have to own that it was a bad day for the bulls and that it's perfectly realistic to expect a few more until the facts get more positive.
I won't lose money for my clients by buying stocks in companies that are facing lower margins.
Here's a breakdown of the BB&T and Suntrust merger, Chipotle and Twitter's earnings reports and why Jim Cramer recommends Nokia.
Alphabet is often criticized as a black box, revealing as little as possible about its plans and confusing investors in the process. Opacity isn't unique to Alphabet, but it can pose a problem for investors in high-growth tech stocks.
It's been quite the market-moving morning. From the BB&T and SunTrust merger to Nokia, Jim Cramer weighs in what could come next.
Also restraining the ursine crowd is the new-found dovishness of the Fed when it comes to rate hikes.
Does it not make sense to create a separate portfolio made up of equities that will benefit -- as sick as that sounds -- when an area needs to rebuild?
Wall Street futures extended declines Thursday after the European Commission and the Bank of England slashed their 2019 growth forecasts and investors focused on weakening profit forecasts in the United States as the earnings season draws to a close.
U.S. stock futures decline as the earnings season draws to a close; Twitter, T-Mobile and Yum! Brands report earnings Thursday; Chipotle soars after earnings smash analysts' estimates.
Reports $3 Billion Annual Revenue and Four Quarters of GAAP Profitability in FY 2018, Continued Strong Year-Over-Year Revenue and Monetizable DAU Growth in Q4
When you have a bunch of these in one day, you can move whole sectors and, to some degree, the market itself.
Investors will be looking to see if Twitter can continue the solid earnings run from Facebook and Snap.
Twitter is trading above my monthly value at $32.24 after nearly testing its quarterly risky level at $35.33 Wednesday. This is the buy zone for the stock pre-earnings.
What to look for Thursday as earnings season passes the halfway mark.
Embattled former Trump advisor Roger Stone is calling for regulation of social media.
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