Facebook stock bouncing back

Facebook’s share price has risen significantly in the last week, putting faith back into the company’s public trade survival.

The stocks have seen a 15 percent rise in less than a week, as of last Wednesday, the social network’s stock stood at $27.24 (R225.65*), and closed yesterday (June 18) at $31.41 (R260.19*)

So far, Facebook have recouped more than $10 billion from their $35 billion market capitilisation it lost during the rocky IPO.

Facebook has also recently put in a bid to buy Face.com, a facial-recognition service, in order for the company to implement a system to automatically recognise and tag photos.

*Exchange rates calculated at time of publication.
Source: Cnet

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