87.37 -0.10 (-0.11%)
After hours: 5:50PM EDT
|Bid||87.27 x 300|
|Ask||87.66 x 500|
|Day's range||87.14 - 88.00|
|52-week range||57.58 - 89.19|
|PE ratio (TTM)||55.71|
|Earnings date||25 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||91.17|
On Thursday, eBay (EBAY) stock had one of its poorest trading days in history, dropping 10.1% after a mainly disappointed Q2 earnings report and soft guidance. It seems as if the poor results couldn't have come at a worse time, as competition is continuously heating up in the e-commerce space, and eBay seems to be falling behind.
PayPal (PYPL) is scheduled to report second-quarter result which is likely to be driven by strategic partnerships and acquisitions.
It's been a good year to be in payment stocks: Mastercard (MA) and Visa (V) are up 36% and 23%, respectively, since the start of the year, while PayPal Holdings (PYPL) has climbed nearly 20%, and Square's (SQ) gain is in the triple digits. Let the good times keep rolling, says Morgan Stanley's James Faucette.
On July 11, Facebook (FB) stock generated a return of 30.4% in the trailing-12-month period, compared to 5.7% in the trailing-one-month period. However, it gained 5.1% in the trailing-five-day period.
If you're a shareholder in Arconic or Bank of America, you started your week feeling pretty good. If you're a Papa John's investor...perhaps not.
Sifting through an inbox stuffed with studies and data after a week of vacation: Artificial intelligence's value. AI continues to spark debate about its impact on American jobs and human interaction, but its value to corporate America is growing in lead generation, operational efficiency, customer engagement, and risk management. GlobalData's Disruptor Database culled data the last few months that illustrate significant business implications for tech and non-tech companies.
Our "Rule Breakers" host made some three-year-plus bets in the wake of the U.K. vote. His digital payment processor pick is lagging.
Online payment giant PayPal (PYPL) could finally launch its first full-fledged attempt to increase its presence in India. PayPal is available in 200 markets globally. With the rollout of its first marketing campaign in the country, PayPal is entering an already extremely competitive market and will be competing with the likes of Alibaba-backed (BABA) Paytm.
PayPal has made four acquisitions in two months, a dizzying pace. Here's why these investments are so crucial to its larger strategy.
Leading growth stock holdings are paying off for American Century Growth Fund (TWCGX). Driven by growth stock leaders like as Abiomed (ABMD), Amazon.com (AMZN), Facebook (FB), Netflix (NFLX) and PayPal (PYPL), the $8.6 billion fund is showing winning consistency. The fund accomplished that thanks in part to year-to-date gains by growth stock leaders that ranged from 15% by Facebook to 118% by Netflix.
Shares of Paypal (PYPL) surged more than 3.3% on Thursday after the company announced an expanded partnership with Uber. Uber riders could already use their Paypal (PYPL) balance to pay for trips, but now that ability will also include Paypal-owned mobile payment app Venmo.
The battle to become the country’s preeminent cashless mobile payment platform is heating up. Starting Thursday, Uber Technologies Inc. riders in the U.S. will see a "Pay with Venmo" option when selecting a payment method for their trips. The feature will appear right next to Apple Pay, Apple Inc.’s competing mobile payment service.
The stock market was solidly higher early Thursday on easing trade war fears. Shares of PayPal hit a new high.
Who wants to sit through a potential 15% or 20% drawdown for an indeterminate period of time with virtually nothing but a belief that the stock will head higher? Yet that is one way to make long-term outstanding gains with true leaders in a healthy stock market. Let's take a look at PayPal (PYPL), which had a big move from its first-stage base in late April 2017 until its sell-off in the first two weeks of February this year. Venmo is a digital wallet that allows you to send money to friends or make purchases and has become one of PayPal's strongest-growing services.
Recent acquisitions should boost profitability at PayPal Holdings (PYPL) as they make it a stronger player in offline, “face-to-face” retail commerce—and the shares should benefit, according to new research. In a Wednesday note, Susquehanna analysts examined three recent buys by the company, focusing on the largest: The more-than-$2 billion buy of Sweden’s iZettle, sometimes referred to as Europe’s version of Square (SQ). Susquehanna’s new target is now Wall Street’s second-highest.