|Bid||0.00 x 6100|
|Ask||0.00 x 10000|
|Day's Range||8,995.32 - 9,050.00|
|52 Week Range||6,362.60 - 9,081.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||431.76|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
There’s plenty for investors to chew their fingernails down to the nub over in today’s unsettled global landscape, but nothing poses more of a geopolitical risk to markets than the North American trade ...
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BlackRock commands a premium over industry peers and alternative asset managers due to its strong performance across the regions and offerings.
For asset managers, analyst ratings have remained roughly similar—and subdued—in the past few quarters, as the expected upside in equities has remained low.
BlackRock (BLK) reported 14% growth in total revenues in 3Q17. Its operating expenses rose 13%, resulting in 15% growth in operating income.
BlackRock Inc.’s Indian joint venture is selling the nation’s sovereign bonds, citing accelerating inflation and the prospect of a swelling fiscal deficit.
BlackRock, a large investor in companies that rely heavily on fossil fuels, does not seem a likely environmentalist. But one year ago, the world's largest asset manager issued a stark warning about global ...
BlackRock's strong third-quarter results on Wednesday showed the world's largest investment group moving to within touching distance of the $6tn milestone for assets under management. Voracious demand ...
There’s a whole lot of money destined for European exchange-traded funds, according to BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager.
BlackRock Institutional Clients division is now managing a record $3.3 trillion—about 56% of the company’s total AUM as of September 30, 2017.
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, posted 3Q17 EPS (earnings per share) of $5.92—higher than the estimates of $5.56 and its prior year EPS of $5.14.
Credit Suisse’s Craig Siegenthaler and his team take a look at BlackRock today (BLK), writing that it’s their top pick among traditional asset managers, thanks to its strong inflows and earnings per share growth between 15% and 20%. Siegenthaler writes that he likes BlackRock’s ongoing “land grab,” strategy, as its iShares ETF lineup continues to take share, and he writes that the firm has already recouped the revenues that it lost when it cut ETF fees last year.
BlackRock, the world's largest money manager with $5.69 trillion in assets under management...
None of BlackRock's publicly traded peers are expected to have gathered even 10 percent of that amount in the same quarter and four in 10 will report outflows, according to Morgan Stanley. The increase in assets under management to $5.98 trillion, a figure on par with Japan's gross domestic product, along with strong investment performance boosted revenue by 14 percent. "It's a great company," said Cathy Seifert, equity analyst at CFRA Research.
BlackRock’s assets under management reached almost $6 trillion at the end of September, helped by rising equity markets and billions of dollars flowing into its large lineup of exchange-traded funds.
NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc (BLK.N) will consider paying out-of-pocket for the investment research the world's largest asset manager consumes from banks globally, Chief Executive Larry Fink said on Wednesday. Currently big investment banks and brokerages send research notes on companies for free, with brokers recouping the cost through fees for handling trades for the asset managers. A move by BlackRock, with nearly $6 trillion in assets, to pay for research globally and rely less on banks for investment ideas could spur its competitors to follow suit and ripple across a Wall Street already bloodied by declining stock trading fees.