Facebook Inc’s (NASDAQ:FB) 22% boost in two weeks has assisted the social-network operator keep away from reporting the largest drop among the major United States initial public offerings since the beginning of 2011.
Facebook, the world’s biggest social networking site which set a record for technology corporations by raising $16 billion previous month, has disclosed new products and services after the shares moved down to a record low of $25.87 on June 5.
Shares of PetroLogistics LP (NYSE:PDH) fell 20.4% in its primary month of trading, or 3.1% points over Facebook, offering the propylene manufacturer the worst return among the 30 biggest Initial Public Offerings since the start of previous year, according to the data gathered by Bloomberg.
Shares of Facebook fell on the fears that the company was overvalued and it will struggle to boost revenue.
Shifting readers focus to broader market, let’s consider market performance of other stocks that significantly affect same sector. Renren Inc (NYSE:RENN) moves down -1.10% to settle at $4.50, Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) moved down -2.89% to end at $5.72 while Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) decreased -1.60% to finish on Thursday at $10.50.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) last session volume of 4.40 million shares was lower than its average volume of 8.47 million shares. The stock after opening at $10.76 hit high price of $10.78 and then closed at $10.50 by scoring -1.60%.
FB generated revenue of 3.71 billion in the following twelve months and earned $668.00 million. The Company showed a positive +26.95% in the net profit margin and as well as in its operating margin which remained +47.32%.
The FB past twelve months price to sales ratio was 18.34 and price to cash ratio remained 17.41. The stock showed weekly upbeat performance of +12.55% while the YTD performance remained at -16.71%.
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