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Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO)

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41.99-0.28 (-0.66%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

41.99 0.00 (0.00%)
Pre-Market: 8:34AM EST

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Previous Close42.27
Bid42.18 x 100
Ask42.28 x 300
Day's Range41.84 - 42.18
52 Week Range26.15 - 44.92
Avg. Volume9,835,646
Market Cap40.06B
PE Ratio (TTM)-8.27
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Barrons.com3 hours ago

    [$$] Yahoo! Investors Could See Stock Rise Over 20%

    Amid investor fatigue with the long-running Yahoo! drama, the company’s shares languish at a marked discount from their net asset value despite looming potential catalysts that could unlock that value. At $42 the stock looks appealing because Yahoo’s (YHOO) estimated net asset value is around $60 a share – providing holders with a considerable margin of safety. The bulk of the value consists of stakes in Alibaba Holdings (BABA) and Yahoo Japan.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 hours ago

    [$$] Women Make Gains Toward Winning CEO Job

    Women represent the strongest internal contenders for the corner office at a small but growing number of major U.S. companies. Their ultimate success could produce an unprecedented number of female chief ...

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Yahoo Japan defies calls to rethink ivory sales as Yahoo Inc CEO weighs in

    TOKYO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan, the country's biggest online auction site, is rebuffing calls to end online ivory trading despite Yahoo Inc CEO Marissa Mayer's misgivings over facilitating a business blamed for the illegal slaughter of African elephants. Yahoo Japan doesn't accept that ivory sold on its platform - supposedly imported into Japan before a 1989 ban on international shipments - is a factor behind the sharp rise in poaching on the African savannah in recent years. Dismissing animal rights campaigners' concerns, even though the ivory business contributes a fraction of its sales, Yahoo Japan also argues that so long as no laws are broken people should be able to trade whatever they like on the internet.