Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) took its shareholders on a wild ride today. The company’s stock is up by more than 8% at time of writing, and stock has been rising pretty evenly throughout the day after a big jump right after the market opened …
This compared to a prior closing price of $2.48, but the stock was up at $2.77 on Friday after a late-day recovery. Zynga’s consensus analyst price target is $3.32 and its 52-week trading range is $2.20 to $5.89. Groupon Inc. (NASDAQ: …
And at 9:30 the next morning, or thereabouts, Groupon's stock, GRPN, will "open" for trading. (And lots of the institutional investors who were allocated stock will immediately "flip" it to suckers for an instantaneous gain, but that's another story.)
BillionairesPortfolio.com: Everyone in the media from Barrons to CNBC has been calling for a top and of course …
NEW YORK (CNNMoney ... (GRPN) sold 35 million shares at $20, raising $700 million. The online deal provider is making only 5% of its shares available for trading, leaving plenty of room for further offerings. The opening print of Groupon's …
Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) has been very volatile as exhibited in its latest surge and slump statistic at the NASDAQ stock exchange. The company’s stock had hit a high of $7.45, before slumping to $4.00, then rallying again by 25% to …
Groupon shares are climbing Friday as the dust settles after the firing of co-founder and CEO Andrew Mason. The stock rose 57 cents, or 12.8 percent, to close at $5.10, regaining some ground from Thursday's dramatic investor reaction to …
There may be hundreds of competitors out there, but Groupon (NSDQ: GRPN) this week has confirmed itself as the ... At various points during the day the stock flirted with the $30 barrier before settling down as the weekend arrived. The $700 …
But... Just because it's time for Groupon haters to admit they were wrong about the company's business model doesn't mean it's time to buy the stock. "Stocks" are different from "companies," and it's a disparity between a stock price and …
Much of the blame has fallen on Mason. The stock surged 12 percent on Wednesday, when he said he would fire himself if needed. However, analysts reckon Mason still has the vision to grow the business. "I can see that he still has a few …