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159.95  -6.85 (-4.11%)  04-01 14:20
Open: 165.48
High: 170.93
Low: 164.2
Volume: 23,644,700
Ask: 166 x 100
Bid: 159 x 100
Market Cap: 455,930M
PE Ratio: 24.7
Exchange: Nasdaq Global Select
Industry: Online Media
Sector: Technology
Technical analysis
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Resistance 2: 197.24
Resistance 1: 174.27
Pivot price: 156.54
Support 1: 137.10
Support 2: 114.07
52w High: 224.2
52w Low: 137.1
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Facebook Inc is the world's largest online social network. Its products are Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Oculus. Its products enable people to connect and share through mobile devices and personal computers.

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Financials
EPS 6.430
Book Value 35.430
PEG Ratio 0.83
Gross Profit 24.037
Profit Margin (%) 26.15
Operating Margin (%) 33.93
Return on Assets (ttm) 13.0
Return on Equity (ttm) 20.0
Headline news
2020-04-01
Distilleries around the country are switching to hand sanitizer because of the coronavirus — here's how they actually make it
Distilleries around the world are making hand sanitizer because of the shortages caused by the coronavirus. Eight Oaks Farm Distillery in Pennsylvania has stopped production of whiskey, rum, and other spirits to make hand sanitizer, which it donates to nonprofits and local frontline workers. Here's how the hand sanitizer is made in the distillery. View more episodes of Business Insider Today on Facebook. Distilleries around the world are switching from spirits to hand sanitizer as the coronavirus continues to spark global supply shortages. One family-run distillery in Pennsylvania has completely stopped its production of whiskey, rum, and other spirits. Instead, it's making hand sanitizer and donating it to nonprofits and frontline workers in the community. Chad Butters, the founder and CEO of Eight Oaks Farm Distillery in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania, says he's committed to making hand sanitizer as long as there is a need. Right now, the distillery can make around 2,000 bottles per day.

2020-04-01
Bradley Lowery Foundation uses new methods to boost fundraising during lockdown
The charity has arranged a number of Facebook fundraising events during the coronavirus crisis

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