Today, I will speak about Twitter stocks (NYSE: TWTR). Twitter earns about 84% of its money on advertising...
It turns out that 2.5 billion people all over the world cannot live without visiting their profiles in social networks at least once a month. Today, we will discuss Facebook stocks and the perspectives of the Company.
The S&P500 index is renewing its historical maximums. All seems to go well but analysts keep mentioning yet another wave of crisis that should have come a year ago; however, falling of the stock indices is postponed all the time. In the end, those traders who accumulated short positions are made to close them, pushing the price up.
This week is promising to be rather active for capital markets. We are expecting the statistics, the sessions of Central Banks and watching the Brexit soap opera.
The July meeting of the European Central Bank, the new Prime Minister of Great Britain is a supporter of the “hardcore” Brexit, the slowdown in US GDP, Twitter net profit breaking records, and the US Internet giants are under investigation among the main news of last week.