10.88 +0.02 (0.18%)
After hours: 7:02PM EDT
|Bid||10.87 x 1300|
|Ask||10.88 x 42300|
|Day's Range||10.80 - 10.90|
|52 Week Range||10.14 - 13.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.63|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (5.36%)|
|1y Target Est||12.36|
Netflix, Tesla, Ford, LabCorp, IBM and Groupon are the companies to watch.
According to a recent investigation by the Detroit Free Press/USA Today, the increase in SUV sales over the past several years coincides with a sharp rise in pedestrian deaths in the U.S. — up 46 percent since 2009, with nearly 6,000 people killed in 2016 alone. With SUV sales surpassing sedans in 2014 and pickups and SUVs currently accounting for 60 percent of new vehicle sales, it's no wonder Ford announced in April plans to cease U.S. sales of almost all passenger cars. While the Freep/USA Today investigation found that the simultaneous surge in SUV sales and pedestrian deaths comes down to vehicle size, it also points to a lack of action on the part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), even though it knew of the dangers SUVs pose to pedestrians.
The most noteworthy losers were Ford Motor (NYSE:F) and Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK), which are noteworthy names, but not exactly heavy hitters. Most observers don’t recognize that on the first trading day of this week, decliners outnumbered advancers, and down volume outpaced up volume. To that end, Tuesday’s top trading prospects are stock charts of Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS), Eastman Chemical (NYSE:EMN) and Sealed Air (NYSE:SEE).
The massive Takata air-bag recalls, the largest in history, led to the company filing for bankruptcy in 2017.
Co. puts in America’s best-selling pickup, the F-150. The tightly woven production chain illustrates the U.S. dependence on aluminum from Canada that many say is unlikely to change despite recent metals tariffs the Trump administration hopes will boost the American metals sector.
Actor Johnny Depp has settled a bitter legal dispute with his former business managers, the actor said Monday, a move that allows him to avoid a public and potentially embarrassing trial over how he has lost much of his Hollywood fortune. Mr. Depp and the Management Group, which handled his finances between 1999 and 2016, arrived at a confidential settlement over the weekend, according to a person familiar with the matter. A judge must now approve the settlement to stop a trial set to begin Aug. 15.