|Bid||27.31 x 3100|
|Ask||27.32 x 3000|
|Day's Range||26.98 - 27.57|
|52 Week Range||25.88 - 33.05|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.05|
|Earnings Date||Jan 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (2.16%)|
|1y Target Est||34.34|
As we mentioned in an article last week, we recently released our 2018 Health Savings Account Landscape Report, which evaluates and ranks 10 of the largest HSA plans available to individuals assuming two distinct use cases: HSAs as a spending vehicle to cover current medical costs, and HSAs as an investment vehicle to save for future medical expenses. HSAs represent an attractive vehicle to cover medical costs because the contributions and withdrawals skip out on federal income tax (plus the small amount of interest earned in the checking account isn't taxed). When evaluating HSAs as a spending vehicle, we focused on three main components: maintenance fees, additional fees, and the interest rates offered by their checking accounts.
The move is a major shake-up in Dallas’ evolving banking scene, where regional players outside the state have been establishing offices to pick off business clients here.
The Oracle of Omaha is at it again, making some noteworthy changes in the holdings of his company, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A, NYSE:BRK.B), thereby altering the outlook of Berkshire Hathaway stock. For other investors who are trying to obtain trading ideas, however, Berkshire’s quarterly report is always of interest. Warren Buffett isn’t nearly as concerned about sector diversification as the average investor is.
The whistleblower who revealed alleged money laundering involving Danske Bank said on Monday that a major European bank helped process up to $150 billion in suspicious payments, or nearly two-thirds of ...
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock appears to have entered another slowdown. Disappointing iPhone sales have led key suppliers to cut their profit forecasts, worrying AAPL investors. One prominent fund, Appaloosa, sold its stake in AAPL stock.
Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) is refreshing its logo for the first time since 1998. Meredith Verdone, chief marketing officer at BofA, says the logo refresh is happening in tandem with a new marketing campaign that officially began yesterday. The campaign centers on one question: "What would you like the power to do?" Verdone says the question captures BofA's customer-centric efforts by acknowledging customers' goals and the bank's role in getting them there.
On November 16, General Electric (GE) announced that its lending arm, GE Capital, had sold $1.5 billion worth of its healthcare equipment finance portfolio to TIAA Bank. The latest move depicts another step by newly appointed CEO Larry Culp to strengthen liquidity. According to Joe Ritchie, an analyst at Goldman Sachs (GS), GE Capital has a ~$20 billion gap in capital funding through 2020.
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As we’ve learned, Apple (AAPL) stock has been affected by supply chain concerns. During Apple’s fiscal 2018 fourth-quarter earnings call, CEO Tim Cook stated that the company would stop publishing the device’s sales across all of its business segments going forward. This was when concerns about lower iPhone sales started growing.
Danske Bank, Denmark’s largest lender, has gone from being one of Europe’s most respected financial institutions to getting caught red-handed in one of the world’s biggest money laundering scandals. On Wednesday, Howard Wilkinson, the whistleblower at the heart of this case, told Denmark’s parliament that as much as $150bn of questionable funds targeted in Danske Bank’s money laundering scandal flowed through the US subsidiary of a European bank — Deutsche Bank, the FT has ascertained.
Millionaire maker in the conventional meaning might be a stretch. But that doesn't mean it's not a worthy investment.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) led the way. AMD finished the session 3.3% higher as investors once again rushed back to the bullish side of the spectrum, though for the record, Advanced Micro Devices was down more than 6% in after-hours trading after rival Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) posted disappointing third-quarter results. BofA was up 2.5% mostly because the market’s rising tide lifted banks first and foremost.
Bank of America today announced a new brand positioning focused on the question, “What would you like the power to do?” The positioning reflects the impact clients and communities can have when they have the power to achieve their goals, and the company’s role as a partner invested in their success. “‘What would you like the power to do?’ Listening to how people answer this question is how we learn what matters most to them,” said CEO Brian Moynihan. The new positioning will be supported by a multi-year campaign featuring clients, communities and partners.
Late Thursday in extended trading, PG&E’s shares rebounded as much as 49 percent after the California Public Utility Commission reportedly told investors that the agency does not want the state's largest utility to go bankrupt.
The Justice Department investigators have also asked questions about JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s work with the branch, another person said. The lenders, among the world’s largest, were correspondent banks for the Tallinn, Estonia, branch of Danske Bank A/S that is the focus of multiple international investigations.
U.S. criminal investigators have requested information from Deutsche Bank, Bank of America and JPMorgan about transactions they handled for Danske Bank's Estonia branch, which is at the centre of a money laundering scandal, Bloomberg reported on Friday citing sources. Danske Bank said last month it faced a U.S. criminal investigation into as much as 200 billion euro ($230 billion) of suspicious transactions at its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. The Bloomberg report said that there were no signs that Deutsche Bank, Bank of America and JPMorgan, which were correspondent banks for Danske's Estonian branch, were themselves targets for the investigation.
U.S. criminal investigators have requested information from Deutsche Bank, Bank of America and JPMorgan about transactions they handled for Danske Bank's Estonia branch, which is at the center of a money laundering scandal, Bloomberg reported on Friday citing sources. Danske Bank said last month it faced a U.S. criminal investigation into as much as 200 billion euro ($230 billion) of suspicious transactions at its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. The Bloomberg report said that there were no signs that Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE), Bank of America (BAC.N) and JPMorgan (JPM.N), which were correspondent banks for Danske's Estonian branch, were themselves targets for the investigation.
PG&E Corp. shares plunged more than 30 percent Thursday as investors assessed prospects for the utility to seek bankruptcy protection — but then rose sharply in after-hours trading.
Though 83 percent of respondents feel good about their finances generally, "there's a clear gender gap" in how confident Americans are about money, according to new data from Student Loan Hero.
NEW YORK / ACCESSWIRE / November 14, 2018 / U.S. equities closed down on Wednesday as tech giant Apple closed near bear-market territory and another drop in oil prices raised concerns of a global economic ...