|Bid||106.30 x 1000|
|Ask||106.99 x 800|
|Day's Range||104.06 - 107.55|
|52 Week Range||87.54 - 111.77|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.15|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.17|
|Earnings Date||Jan 16, 2019 - Jan 21, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.56 (1.52%)|
|1y Target Est||115.12|
Markets soaring today after shrugging off the latest news that China's economic growth slowed down to its weakest levels in nine years. Yahoo finance's Seana Smith, Adam Shapiro and Jennifer Rogers discuss.
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NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks gave up an early rally Friday and struggled to another mixed finish as investors continued to sell former favorites like retailers. Household goods makers rose again as a week of choppy trading concluded.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Procter & Gamble Co., up $7.06 to $87.30 The consumer products company reported a greater-than-expected profit as beauty product revenue rose. ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose slightly Friday, holding on to slim gains after suffering losses of more than 300 points in the previous session. rose 7.8% after the consumer products giant posted fiscal first-quarter sales and earnings that topped estimates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 64.89 points or 0.3%, to 25,444.34, the S&P 500 lost one point and the Nasdaq fell about 0.5%.
Futures rose early Friday after Thursday's sell-off hit more top stocks. PayPal earnings lifted PayPal and Square. American Express, Atlassian, Intuitive Surgical moved on earnings.
Tech stocks rebounded Friday amid a number of strong earnings results. Apple jumped on bullish analyst commentary.
Though down sharply from a big early gain, the Dow Jones industrial average continued to lead Friday as Procter & Gamble and American Express jumped.
Blue chips were among the best performers Friday as major stock indexes rebounded after Thursday's sell-off. Procter & Gamble and AmEx led the Dow higher.
The battle brewing kills dreams of a merger or acquisition that might have been reminiscent of PayPal's successful acquisition of Venmo parent Braintree. Square's gains this year in the merchant market have helped it rise from what might have been a clear merger or acquisition target late last year to a staunch competitor. Since the valuation has blossomed and made any acquisition unlikely, the battle has only intensified.
American Express Company (NYSE: AXP) reported Thursday a beat-and-raise third quarter earnings. Bank of America's Kenneth Bruce maintains a Buy rating on American Express with a price target lifted from $119 to $125. Credit Suisse's Moshe Orenbuch maintains at Underperform, unchanged $96 price target.
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PayPal Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL ) reported third-quarter earnings after the close Thursday, and shares were surging Friday morning in reaction to the print. The Analysts Credit Suisse analyst Paul ...
PayPal this week announced an expanded relationship with American Express that will allow cardholders to use their Membership Rewards points when shopping from PayPal merchants, as well as more integrated experience within both PayPal and the Amex apps, among other things. The deal is similar to those PayPal earlier struck with Visa and MasterCard., and follows a series of partnerships it has made across the industry, including others with Apple, Google, Samsung, and, most recently, Walmart, designed to increase its PayPal's visibility and adoption. In addition to using points for purchases at PayPal's millions of online merchants, the new partnership will also allow Amex mobile app users to send money through PayPal or Venmo directly in the app.
Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading. Inc.—Up 2.6% premarket: The industrials firm lowered its profit outlook to reflect the spinoffs in its home and transportation businesses, while also reporting positive quarterly results.
The San Jose-based payment processing company bested analyst expectations for earnings per share, reporting $0.58 against expected EPS of $0.54, and posted $3.68 billion in revenue, which was above the $3.66 billion consensus forecast among analysts. PayPal shares were up around 8% in pre-market trading on the beat, and the results are causing analysts along the Street to raise their targets for the surging stock, which is a holding of Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust. The phrase is becoming the payment equivalent of "Google it," which is money to the ears of PayPal investors.
beat earnings expectations Thursday when it reported third quarter results after the closing bell. Earnings came in at $1.88 a share beating Wall Street's estimates of $1.77. "We delivered strong results this quarter driven by higher Card Member spending, fee income and loans," Chairman and CEO Stephen Squeri said in a press release.