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Meta Platforms, Inc. (META)

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503.53-0.07 (-0.01%)
As of 02:52PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close503.60
Bid503.37 x 100
Ask503.96 x 100
Day's range500.75 - 507.15
52-week range274.38 - 531.49
Avg. volume14,931,193
Market cap1.277T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.21
PE ratio (TTM)28.96
EPS (TTM)17.39
Earnings date24 July 2024 - 29 July 2024
Forward dividend & yield2.00 (0.40%)
Ex-dividend date14 June 2024
1y target est515.52
  • Reuters

    Apple, Meta set to face EU charges under landmark tech rules, sources say

    Apple and Meta Platforms will likely face charges for failing to comply with landmark EU rules aimed at reining in their power before the summer, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday. The European Commission, which launched investigations into the two companies and Alphabet's Google in March under the Digital Markets Act (DMA), sees Apple and Meta as priority cases, the people said. The DMA requires Big Tech to open up space for smaller rivals to compete and make it easier for people to move between competing online services like social media platforms, internet browsers and app stores.

  • The Telegraph

    Taylor Swift fans lose up to £600 as scammers hijack Facebook accounts

    Taylor Swift fans have been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket by fraudsters hijacking their friends’ social media accounts to flog non-existent tickets.

  • Reuters

    Meta pauses AI models launch in Europe due to Irish request

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Meta Platforms will not launch its Meta AI models in Europe for now after the Irish privacy regulator told it to delay its plan to harness data from Facebook and Instagram users, the U.S. social media company said on Friday. Meta on Friday said the Irish privacy watchdog had asked it to delay training its large language models (LLMs) using public content shared by Facebook and Instagram adult users. "We're disappointed by the request from the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), our lead regulator, on behalf of the European DPAs ... particularly since we incorporated regulatory feedback and the European DPAs have been informed since March," the company said in an updated blogpost.