Twitter, Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) plans to offer senior notes with an aggregate principal amount of $1 billion. The interest on these notes, which are due in 2030, will be payable semi-annually.
The company plans to use the offering’s proceeds for general corporate purposes like strategic transactions, working capital and potential acquisitions, repurchase of common shares, repayment of debt, investments and capital expenditures.
Based out of San Francisco, Twitter is a social networking company that connects a user to a network of people, ideas, news, opinions and information.
TWTR stock closed 0.5% down on Wednesday. It lost another 1.1% in the extended trading session to end the day at $32.41.
Wall Street’s Take
Recently, Brian Fitzgerald from Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) maintained a Hold rating on the stock with a price target of $42 (28.2% upside potential).
Additionally, Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) analyst Brian Nowak reiterated a Hold rating on Twitter and raised the price target from $57 to $59 (80.1% upside potential).
Overall, the stock has a Hold consensus rating based on 8 Buys, 17 Holds and 2 Sells. The average TWTR price target of $46.85 implies 43% upside potential. Shares have lost 52.3% over the past six months.
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According to the tool, compared to the previous year, Twitter’s website traffic registered a 13.4% decline in global visits year-to-date.
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