FAANG stocks last year, shed about $179 billion of its weight from January to December 2018. 2019 has been a very active year, both economically and politically as well, how have the world’s biggest tech stocks performed?
Five of the biggest stocks in the market, FAANG, aren’t performing as well as they used to and expectations by market analysts seem to be lowering consistently. Are the glory days officially over and can FAANG really be replaced?
A database with personal data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users has been found online by a security researcher. Facebook has since taken it down, declaring that no accounts were breached.
If implemented, Facebook posts will no longer show the number of likes or reactions to a post. The user who created the post can see a list of people and their reactions, but a number won’t be displayed.
Facebook has finally gotten a partner app for Instagram dubbed ‘Threads’. This may be the app that will be the Snapchat killer. The question though is which direction is Facebook going in?
Despite being the talk of multiple controversies over the last year, analysts express strong bullishness on the future rise of Facebook (FB) stock amidst strong fundamental and technical indicators.
The largest penalty of a whopping $5 billion levied against Facebook by FTC. A move will see Zuckerberg surrenders sole dominance over privacy decisions.
Facebook shares rose in premarket trading after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currency Libra. Facebook’s stock climbed 2.09% in premarket trading from Monday’s close of $192.96 a share.
Facebook’s Study App targets Indian and US users to determine their browsing behavior but it could be a preparation for the launch of its GlobalCoin set to also start in India.
Goldman Sachs analyst is sure, Netflix (NFLX) stock is all set to soar 80% in a year from now. Here’s a look into how Netflix will lead the video-streaming industry which is likely to see stiff competition in the next few years.