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Facebook Shares
SEDOL: BSJC7H8 | ISIN: US30303M1027 | Symbol: FB | Type: Shares.
Real-time shares price updates for Facebook, technical analysis and fundamental analysis.

Fundamental Analysis Facebook Shares

Facebook Shares Info

Facebook - the world's largest social network, the total number of active users in May that the year 2013 is more than a billion. The website was founded in 2004 by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. It was originally planned to make the site accessible only to students, but later a social network has gained international fame and Zuckerberg at 23, became the youngest billionaire the world.

IPO Facebook

IPO Facebook on 18 May 2012, becoming the loudest event in the IT-industry, as it was the largest deployment in the history of technology companies and the largest in the US. The starting price of Facebook shares was 38 US dollars, attracted by the amount equal to 16 billion dollars.In the IPO was sold 421.2 million shares of Facebook. But failure in the NASDAQ system due to excessive demand on the first day of trading on the stock exchange led to the fact that the share price fell three months later up to 19 US dollars. Facebook stocks are traded on the financial exchange NASDAQ. Investors can buy stocks in Facebook - both ordinary and preference stocks.

Capitalization Facebook

As of May 2013 the market capitalization of Facebook for the year amounted to approximately 65.9 million dollars against 302 million dollars that the company managed to obtain in 2011. Mark Zuckerberg, who owns 28.2% of shares, under the agreement with the shareholders vote on the delegation controls about 57% of the voting rights. The largest investor is the company Accel Partners, which owns 11.4% of the securities.

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