At time of writing, Afterpay share price is trading at $24.17, a 2.54% drop since yesterday, likely fuelled by the issuing of new shares as part of their 2018 Equity Incentive Plan for their US branch, Afterpay US Inc.
At time of writing, the share price of Myer Holdings Limited [ASX:MYR] is up a further 1.74%, trading at 70 cents. The Myer share price took off at the beginning of March (where the arrow is): Source: tradingview.com…
Australian start-up and payments innovator Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] shares are on the move this morning, tacking on another 4%, to trade at $24.43 per share.It's been a bumper first quarter in 2019, with Afterpay's share price more than doubling since January.
At time of writing, shares of Zip Co Ltd [ASX:Z1P] have entered a trading halt pending the release of an announcement. It is conceivable that the upcoming announcement will involve a capital raise.
Since 29 January this year, Splitit has been bolstered by positive investor attention on the back of its apparent similarity to rival firms like Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT]. The company is currently worth $320 million.
After gaining 19% on Monday, Afterpay's share price has slumped by 11.66% after announcing its next phase of growth in the US.
At time of writing, Afterpay’s share price is up 18.34%, currently trading at $20.35. The technology-driven payment company which offers a ‘buy now, pay later’ (BNPL) service to leading retailers, currently has over 3.1 million customers and more than 23,000 retails merchants on board.
You may have noticed, especially if you own one, that tech stocks are down again. It’s why Captain Hoff is holding onto more of his US$1.7 billion than usual. Should you do the same?
In a bad day for the company, the share price of Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] is down 9.8%, at time of writing. This has been a volatile month for the company, with good news about its expansion into the US market providing buoyancy between the troughs.
The Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] share price has fallen, after their US peers ended last week in red. The US tech industry as a whole lost a combined US$75 billion in market value on Friday. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) made some hostile comments recently, which may have scared away tech investors.