106.64 +0.52 (0.49%)
Pre-Market: 9:03AM EST
|Bid||106.41 x 800|
|Ask||106.71 x 1400|
|Day's Range||105.46 - 107.90|
|52 Week Range||87.54 - 111.77|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.31|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.55|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.56 (1.43%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Most stocks have been thoroughly shaken and stirred since early October, and a long-overdue corrective move finally took shape. Not even the bluest of the blue chips have been immune. The Dow Jones Industrial Average still is off its record high from a couple months ago, and several Dow stocks still are vulnerable to more selling. The initial shellshock has started to fade, however, the smoke is clearing and some stocks are recovering. Smart investors are now weighing the impact and searching for opportunities. Some Dow Jones stocks may have more downside to dish out, but a handful of these iconic names are looking oversold, undervalued and ripe for a rebound sooner than later. Remember: Corporate earnings have never been better, and consumer confidence is as high as it's been in years. Clearly something is going right. Here's a look at five Dow stocks that may have more ground to give up before they hit bottom, and two industrial-average components that may already be buys at current prices. But a note: Most of these "stocks to sell" are merely in short-term trouble. A sizable pullback from any of them could ultimately turn into a buying opportunity. SEE ALSO: 12 Vulnerable Stocks to Watch on Market-Wide Weakness
Since March, President Donald Trump’s tough stance on fair trade practices has evaporated more than $1 trillion in market value. Such a drastic impact exponentially raises interest in safe dividend stocks to buy. Love him or hate him, we can all agree that Trump doesn’t have a conciliatory personality.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research where Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains talks about some of the best sports-based retail stocks to buy before Black Friday amid the busy holiday shopping season.
Today I offer a compilation of the questions and answers that I think are the most interesting from the 1995 Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A)(NYSE:BRK.B) annual meeting. Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio): The questions about incentive arrangements we have with managers or other situations, where we either advance capital to a wholly owned subsidiary or withdraw it, usually, that ties in with the compensation plan.
American Express (AXP) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense, or CADE, is also probing that nation’s Elo network, Visa said Friday in an annual regulatory filing. At issue is a network rule that requires a merchant’s bank to receive certain information from payment facilitators, Visa said. Visa said it is cooperating with CADE, which started its investigation on Oct. 15.
The startup created an application program interface (API) integration platform for digital products.
American Express (AXP) closed at $109.60 in the latest trading session, marking a +1.7% move from the prior day.
An out-of-favor cruise line and a financial services giant that's killing it with its latest charge card updates pack healthy payouts, hearty growth, and earnings multiples in the low teens.
Capital One increased the signup bonus for its credit card — a sign that the days of extremely high bonuses are not over yet.
“The list of people you want to partner with in this industry starts and almost ends with them,” Lola.com CEO Mike Volpe said of American Express Global Business Travel.
Banking on a solid operating performance, Retail Card segment and rising revenues, Synchrony Financial (SYF) holds great potential to reap fat returns for investors.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Altria, American Express, U.S. Bancorp, T-Mobile and Humana
The revolution in payment methods lags on the business-to-business side, opening a $1 trillion opportunity for payment stocks like Visa, Mastercard and PayPal.
On Nov. 9, Dan Loeb published his third-quarter letter. The letter included a very interesting investment idea, American Express (AXP). Loeb and Third Point do much activist investing, although this idea doesn't seem to fall into that bracket.
American Express' (AXP) receipt of preparatory approval for a clearing and settlement license in China should buoy the international business of the company.
Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Friday disclosed a new position in American Express Co , saying the market under-appreciates the strategic pivot of the company. The hedge fund said it ...
BEIJING—American Express Co. won approval to set up card-clearing services in China—the first U.S. card network to gain permission—as Beijing seeks to show progress in opening its markets ahead of a summit between the Chinese and U.S. presidents. The approval, announced Friday by China’s central bank, comes more than a decade after Beijing promised to open the sector and more than a year after it pledged anew to do so—part of a package meant to forestall the tougher trade measures President Trump has since imposed. With the permission, AmEx will form a 50-50 joint venture with Chinese fintech firm Lianlian Group to set up the payment network.
The elite funds run by legendary investors such as Dan Loeb and David Tepper make hundreds of millions of dollars for themselves and their investors by spending enormous resources doing research on small cap stocks that big investment banks don’t follow. Because of their pay structures, they have strong incentive to do the research necessary […]
Risk markets continue to deliver mixed messages to traders and market participants. The latest price action suggests more downside -- but first -- with a possible bounce to the 2750 level in the S&P 500, says Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre, who breaks it down with Jen Rogers and Myles Udland.