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On Wednesday, Facebook Inc (FB:NSQ) closed at 180.87, -1.11% below its 52-week high of 182.90, set on Nov 01, 2017.
52-week range
114.00Dec 01 2016182.90Nov 01 2017
Markit short selling activity
Previous close181.86
Average volume11.67m
Shares outstanding2.91bn
Free float2.34bn
P/E (TTM)33.80
Market cap528.45bn USD
EPS (TTM)5.38
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Nov 22 2017 21:00 GMT.
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The last IC recommendation on Facebook Inc shares was Buy at -- on 07 Nov 2013Read the full article
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