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KKR & Co. Inc. (KKR)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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66.00+1.47 (+2.28%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
67.78 +1.78 (+2.70%)
After hours: 07:18PM EST
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    Trishar
    Indeed. Risk is the new way to wealth. Those who don't take risk always remain poor. I'm glad I took the risk by investing with Mis Ricky L Vazquez today I make over 12000$every 14days with a little investment capital
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    josh
    KKR Hires BlackRock’s Ryan Stork as Chief Operating Officer
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    Marc
    Why a 4.25% sell off today??
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    Difficult-Purchase01
    Good news today with repurchase program!
    Bullish
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    Griz
    Fantastic time to buy!
    Bullish
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    JaroslavK
    sometimes this year KKR will hit $90
    Bullish
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    KKR & is down 7.17% to 86.54
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    Difficult-Purchase01
    KKR or BX or both?
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    JaroslavK
    great time to buyback sharese
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    josh
    12/16/21
    Wells Fargo Initiates Coverage On KKR & Co. Inc. (KKR) $90.00 Overweight
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    Difficult-Purchase01
    I’ll keep on buying!
    Bullish
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    robert
    insiders 42million....42million....36million....36million......and poorboy 8million.......FAIR??? Pump up the hospital bills need the money....
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    Dennis
    PPBT you are a Joke. I bought this at $19 a couple years ago and am very happy with my gains. Citigroup a buy and $92 in the near future
    Bullish
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    josh
    11/19/21
    Citigroup Resumed KKR & Co. Inc. (KKR) $92.00 Buy
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    KKR & is down 5.04% to 62.50
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    KKR & is up 4.91% to 67.70
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    phantom
    Hi, watch my reply to Linda Nov. 4, and my post Nov. 3, I trade options, for the stocks that could be a hold. Now, I like cg & bx more. Bye.
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    PPBT hater
    The bulls are using Deutsche Bank and JMP price targets to justify their long position LOL! JMP is notorious for pumping and Deutsche is… Deutsche. Apollo, Blackrock, etc are MUCH better than this dumpster fire
    Bearish
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    josh
    KKR earnings surge 63% on strong capital market business

    Private-equity firm KKR & Co Inc said on Tuesday its first-quarter after-tax distributable earnings surged 63% year-on-year, driven by growth in its capital markets business and public market holdings. After-tax distributable earnings (DE) – the cash used for paying dividends to shareholders – rose to $660.2 million from $406.3 million in the previous year. That translated to DE per share of 75 cents, which exceeded the average Wall Street analyst estimate of 63 cents, according to financial data provider Refinitiv. KKR and its peers have been selling assets for top dollar as the global economy bounces back from fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The majority of KKR's divestments came from sales of stakes in portfolio companies, including sporting goods retailer Academy Sports and Outdoors Inc, pharmaceutical firm BridgeBio Pharma Inc and sports-betting company FanDuel.

    KKR said transaction fees from its capital markets business more than doubled to $112.2 million, up from $60.2 million in the previous year. Total realized investment income - which consists of proceeds from asset sales - rose 24% to reach $632.5 million during the quarter. Net income under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) rose to $1.64 billion from a loss a year earlier. Private-equity, opportunistic real estate and infrastructure portfolios climbed 19%, 6%, and 11%, respectively, KKR said, adding that its leveraged credit and alternative credit funds rose 2% and 7%, respectively.

    Total assets under management rose to $367 billion from $252 billion in the previous quarter, due to strong fundraising and the closing of KKR's acquisition of annuities and life insurance provider Global Atlantic Financial Group Ltd.

    KKR had $69 billion of unspent capital, as of the end of March, and declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.145 per share.
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    josh
    (KKR) reported Q3 after-tax distributable earnings were $1.05 per share, compared with $0.53 per share a year earlier.

    Analysts polled by Capital IQ expected $0.95.

    Attributable net income rose on the year to $1.80 from $1.79.

    Fee-related earnings were up 63% from a year ago to $530 million.

    Assets under management were $459.1 billion for the quarter, up from $233.8 billion a year ago.
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