BLK - BlackRock, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
433.89
-5.25 (-1.20%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close439.14
Open434.86
Bid431.32 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range429.10 - 434.86
52 Week Range360.79 - 557.00
Volume570,928
Avg. Volume538,580
Market Cap67.394B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)16.37
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield13.20 (2.72%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-05
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Legg Mason (LM) to Lay Off 12% of Workforce to Reduce Costs
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Legg Mason (LM) to Lay Off 12% of Workforce to Reduce Costs

    Legg Mason's (LM) cost-cutting steps are expected to complement its ongoing growth efforts.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    BlackRock infrastructure chief 'wary' of UK utilities investment risk

    The global head of infrastructure investing at BlackRock, the world's biggest asset manager, said he would be "very wary" of investing in UK utilities given the rising threat of nationalisation under a Labour government. Jim Barry, chief investment officer of BlackRock Alternative Investors, which manages more than $175 billion (138 billion pounds), said investor sentiment had taken a hit and caution was warranted. "I'd be very wary at this juncture about committing any capital, debt or equity, to the UK utilities space," said Barry, who is also the company's global head of real assets.

  • As industry spends millions on lobbying, Congress moves on retirement legislation
    MarketWatch20 hours ago

    As industry spends millions on lobbying, Congress moves on retirement legislation

    The financial industry has engaged in significant lobbying on legislation that would revamp the U.S. retirement system, and it’s now sounding delighted about the bills that are making their way through Congress.

  • BlackRock Says Market Is ‘Too Aggressive’ in Pricing in Rate Cut
    Bloomberg23 hours ago

    BlackRock Says Market Is ‘Too Aggressive’ in Pricing in Rate Cut

    Scott Thiel, BlackRock’s chief fixed income strategist, said it’s a case of money managers overreacting to geopolitical noise, such as U.S.-China trade tension. The implied probability of the Fed lowering borrowing costs in 2019 is more than 70%, data compiled by Bloomberg show. “It looks a bit extreme now in terms of the amount of easing priced in, given the fundamental situation and what we got yesterday on what the Fed thinks about the economy,” Thiel said on Bloomberg TV.Thiel said he likes to own U.S. Treasuries because of the balance they offer investors in a portfolio.India’s election should boost market sentiment, buoyed by optimism over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to fix the nation’s banking system.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    TransferWise closes $292 million secondary funding round at $3.5 billion valuation

    The round was led by growth capital investors Lead Edge Capital, Lone Pine Capital and Vitruvian Partners, TransferWise said. Existing investors including Baillie Gifford and Andreessen Horowitz expanded their holdings in the company and some of the investment came from funds managed by BlackRock Inc, the London-based company said.

  • Here's Why it is Wise to Hold on to Invesco (IVZ) Stock Now
    Zacks23 hours ago

    Here's Why it is Wise to Hold on to Invesco (IVZ) Stock Now

    While solid AUM balance will continue to support Invesco's (IVZ) top line, higher costs are likely to hurt profits.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Foreign funds loosen bearish bet on big Italian banks

    Funds that built big short positions in Italy's leading banks from early 2018 have lowered the size of their bets in the last few months as political worries eased, regulatory data shows. Despite a looming budget showdown between Rome and Brussels, a Reuters analysis of data from Italian market regulator Consob shows that as of May 21 there were no net short positions above 0.5% in shares of Italy's two largest banks. Consob discloses changes in short positions above 0.5% and in 2018 funds had short positions in Intesa Sanpaolo and UniCredit which were above this level.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    BlackRock Is Backing TransferWise and the Startup Is Now Worth More Than $3 Billion

    Investors including BlackRock, the world’s largest fund manager, have taken part in a private share sale by TransferWise that has doubled the value of the payments start-up to $3.5 billion.

  • Eaton Vance (EV) Jumps 7.6% on Q2 Earnings & Revenue Beat
    Zacks2 days ago

    Eaton Vance (EV) Jumps 7.6% on Q2 Earnings & Revenue Beat

    Improving assets under management supports Eaton Vance's (EV) fiscal Q2 earnings.

  • Morgan Stanley Lays Off 5 People From London Equity Business
    Zacks2 days ago

    Morgan Stanley Lays Off 5 People From London Equity Business

    Morgan Stanley (MS) is cutting jobs at its equities business in London after reporting a decline in equity trading revenues in first-quarter 2019.

  • LPL Financial (LPLA) Announces Deal to Buy Allen & Company
    Zacks2 days ago

    LPL Financial (LPLA) Announces Deal to Buy Allen & Company

    LPL Financial (LPLA) agrees to acquire Allen & Company, which is a registered investment adviser (RIA) and broker/dealer.

  • BlackRock Bets on ‘Cheap’ Markets in Brazil and Argentina
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    BlackRock Bets on ‘Cheap’ Markets in Brazil and Argentina

    “We see both markets and currencies trading at very cheap levels," said Ed Kuczma, BlackRock’s portfolio manager, who oversees $1.9 billion in the company’s Latin American equity funds. Brazil’s benchmark equity Ibovespa index has fallen 2.7% so far this month, as noise from domestic politics has added to weaker-than-expected economic growth. “Between now and the pension reform’s approval, there should be volatility,” Kuczma said.

  • Higher Costs Hurt East West Bancorp (EWBC): Time to Sell?
    Zacks3 days ago

    Higher Costs Hurt East West Bancorp (EWBC): Time to Sell?

    While East West Bancorp (EWBC) is poised for revenue growth, supported by rise in loans and higher rates, increasing costs and deteriorating asset quality remain concerns.

  • Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 21st
    Zacks3 days ago

    Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 21st

    Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 21st

  • HSBC to Expand Technology Operations in China, Add 1,000 Jobs
    Zacks3 days ago

    HSBC to Expand Technology Operations in China, Add 1,000 Jobs

    HSBC plans to add more than 1,000 jobs in its technology centers in China as part of efforts to expand in the region.

  • BABA Stock Earnings Blast Away the Bears and Quell Trade-War Fears
    InvestorPlace3 days ago

    BABA Stock Earnings Blast Away the Bears and Quell Trade-War Fears

    Alibaba Group Holding (NASDAQ:BABA) is defying the market downturn in the best possible way, with blowout earnings. Last week, BABA stock topped out just below $180 per share, a market cap of $453 billion, after the company announced earnings.Source: Charles Chan Via FlickrLast quarter, BABA earnings came in at $1.28 per share, on revenue of $13.9 billion, and highlighted $1.15 billion in cloud revenue. That's revenue growth of 51% year-over-year for those scoring at home.Analysts had been expecting earnings of 98 cents per share on revenue of $13.42 billion. The shares had been falling early in the month, with traders betting the trade war would begin to bite. And despite strong earnings and management showing that BABA has little to fear from the trade war, Alibaba stock has fallen again to just above $160.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Tech Stocks to Buy That Are Also Perfect for Retirement However, I don't believe this changes the underlying narrative on BABA stock. This is still a long-term growth story of company largely immune to trade tensions -- even if the stock itself isn't always. What Trade War?The report highlighted how despite all of the talk, many companies on both sides of the Pacific just aren't being heavily hit by the trade war. For now at least, it's business as usual.The Alibaba report noted that the company has now enabled delivery of Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) products from 2,100 stores in China and helped drive new Starbucks Rewards memberships through its online stores. Starbucks is facing new competition from Blackrock (NYSE:BLK) financed Luckin Coffee, which is preparing to raise $500 million to expand its own network of over 2,000 kiosks. If consumers in China were taking the trade talk seriously, they might be abandoning the American brand, which is easy to do.Bears had been betting that the trade war could sink BABA stock, but they have recently been outnumbered by bulls taking options the price could hit $215 per share. Why Alibaba MattersThe New York Times talked about the slowing growth of Alibaba but that's a function of big numbers being harder to move than smaller ones.Analysts are now expecting Alibaba to achieve sales of $54.5 billion during the 2020 fiscal year, and earnings of $6.56 per share, which means the current stock price is just 8.2 times sales and 26.7 times next year's earnings, both modest for a high-growth company.Alibaba is increasingly a proxy for the global Chinese middle class, its shows now following Chinese overseas through a deal with Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). China's problems are increasingly First World problems with Alibaba founder Jack Ma, now executive chairman, as spokesman. He's pushing a 1950s "Organization Man" view of the world, telling people to work 72-hour weeks with his mantra of "996." He recently made even more controversial comments as an inappropriate play on this idea.Alibaba is also a bet on the power of the cloud to change the world's economic geography. Unlike Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), which mainly re-sells cloud infrastructure, or Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), which sells business applications from clients, Alibaba is focused on selling its own trade applications, and pushing its own payment network, Alipay, through global alliances.Alibaba is also selling its brand, and this may be the most potent threat to American power, even more important than China's military or its "Belt and Road" initiative. Alibaba is now opening its AliExpress market to sell goods from outside China, after Amazon shuttered its Chinese store.The Alibaba brand is now worth $131 billion according to Brandz, second only to Amazon, which has a value of $313 billion. By way of contrast rival JD.Com (NASDAQ:JD) is said to be worth just $20 billion. The Bottom Line for BABA StockI got off the Alibaba train in February, with the stock at $167 per share. It may be time to climb back on board despite the recent volatility. * 7 ETFs for Healthy Healthcare REITs Certainly, China has problems, especially debt problems. But the U.S. also has debt problems. World trade is not declining despite the efforts of global leaders. Alibaba and Amazon look set to be prime beneficiaries.Dana Blankenhorn is a financial and technology journalist. He is the author of a new environmental story, Bridget O'Flynn and the Bear , available now at the Amazon Kindle store. Write him at danablankenhorn@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at @danablankenhorn. As of this writing he owned shares in AMZN and MSFT. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 High-Yield REITs to Buy (Even When the Market Tanks) * 5 Great Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Today * 7 Tech Stocks to Buy That Are Also Perfect for Retirement Compare Brokers The post BABA Stock Earnings Blast Away the Bears and Quell Trade-War Fears appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Sterling rallies as May offers chance of second referendum

    if they pass her withdrawal agreement. The pound rose to briefly approach $1.28 after the prime minister said she believed there is “one last chance” to pass her exit deal, which has already been rejected three times in the House of Commons. Mrs May said the withdrawal agreement would include a requirement to vote on whether to hold a second referendum.

  • Half of US stock fund assets are now invested in index funds
    Quartz4 days ago

    Half of US stock fund assets are now invested in index funds

    "This is a milestone that has been a long time coming."

  • Deutsche Bank Top Investor BlackRock to Outsource AGM Voting
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Top Investor BlackRock to Outsource AGM Voting

    Last month, it broke off merger talks with Commerzbank AG, leaving investors guessing what’s next in terms of strategy. The world’s biggest shareholder advisory firms recommend voting against the supervisory and management boards. BlackRock, the world’s largest investment firm with $6.5 trillion under management, has mandated a specialized company to cast the votes in its stead when Deutsche Bank’s shareholders convene in Frankfurt on Wednesday, people familiar with the matter said, asking not to be identified in discussing private information.

  • Here's Why You Should Add Legg Mason (LM) to Your Portfolio
    Zacks4 days ago

    Here's Why You Should Add Legg Mason (LM) to Your Portfolio

    Legg Mason (LM) appears to be a promising buy, at the moment, riding on inorganic growth and strong liquidity position.

  • Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 20th
    Zacks4 days ago

    Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 20th

    Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 20th

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Time’s up for a golden age of corporate greenwashing

    The other day, the chief executive of a well known global company did something unusual. He said people should ask themselves if they really needed to buy something his group was famous for selling. “It’s ...

  • Whatever He Takes Next, Draghi Probably Won’t Vanish After ECB
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Whatever He Takes Next, Draghi Probably Won’t Vanish After ECB

    Mario Draghi has five months left in office at the European Central Bank, and yet more years of work ahead if he wants it. The ECB president’s pending exit in October has sparked speculation back home in Italy over whether he’ll retire from public life or return one day to participate in the nation’s fractious political scene. Finance Minister Giovanni Tria said last month that Draghi could make a “big contribution” there.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    Fund-management giants vie to crack the China market

    For decades Martin Flanagan, chief executive of Invesco, has shuffled between drab government buildings in Beijing and Shanghai on annual pilgrimages, urging regulators to open the market to foreign fund managers. The trips are “packed days from breakfast through dinner — it’s really morning through night”, said Mr Flanagan, who has run the $975bn-in-assets firm since 2005. Chinese authorities are now more willing to relax access to their markets, he said, spurred by a sense of urgency as they face what Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, has labelled a “retirement crisis”.