: Meta Platforms stock to snap record monthly win streak, in which it had more than tripled


Shares of Meta Platforms Inc. META, +0.17% rose 0.8% in afternoon trading, but were still on track to snap their longest win streak on record. The stock has bounced 4.8% since it closed at a seven-month low of $283.25 on Aug. 18, but has shed 6.7% in August, which would be the first monthly decline in 10 months. The nine-month win streak through July, in which the stock rocketed 242%, was the longest for the social media giant’s stock since it went public in May 2012; the next-longest win streak was the six-month stretch that ended in August 2021. The stock has soared 147.1% year to date, while the S&P 500 SPX, +0.18% has advanced 17.7%.

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