252.78 0.00 (0.00%)
Pre-Market: 9:00AM EDT
|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||396.68 x 800|
|Day's Range||252.09 - 258.01|
|52 Week Range||156.68 - 269.57|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.12|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.28 (0.90%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Investors get nervous going into the fall — for good reason — as big swings are common. But some S&P; 500 stocks reliably put up market-beating gains in the final season of the year.
Stock market gains were lukewarm this summer — as is usually the case — unless you owned these red-hot S&P; 500 stocks and sectors.
S&P Global Inc. said late Thursday its chief executive for S&P Dow Jones Indices, which oversees the S&P 500 index and others, will retire next year. In a statement, the company said that Alexander Matturri will remain CEO "until next year to help ensure a smooth transition at the division," and that his successor would be named "in due course." S&P Global shares were flat after hours, following a 0.8% rise to close the regular session at $256.73.
Earnings news sent Adobe and FedEx lower Wednesday. Insurer Travelers dragged on the Dow Jones today, ahead of the Fed policy decision.
Investors are chasing value stocks. Value stocks can offer lower valuations and higher dividends. But where will the S&P; 500 value leadership come from?
CDW Corp. will join the S&P 500 index this month, and shares jumped more than 5% Tuesday in after-hours trading following the announcement. S&P Global announced Tuesday afternoon that the tech company would enter the index ahead of trading on Monday, Sept. 23, to replace Total System Services Inc. , which is being acquired by Global Payments Inc. CDW shares have increased more than 40% so far this year, as the S&P 500 index has gained 19.9%.
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China is scrapping a quota system for foreign institutional investment, freeing fund managers to buy up stocks and bonds without a hard limit as Beijing seeks to cushion the impact of an economic slowdown and its trade war with Washington. “Henceforth, foreign institutional investors with the relevant qualifications can simply remit funds to carry out investment in securities in compliance with regulations,” the regulator said in a statement after markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen had closed. Safe added that the move would “greatly enhance” the convenience of participating in China’s onshore market for foreign investors.
Increasing demand for business information services and an encouraging 2019 adjusted earnings guidance are driving S&P Global (SPGI) stock.
Disappointing August jobs numbers show S&P; 500 companies are squeezing more from the workers they have. But can labor frugality help your portfolio?
Investors are celebrating the S&P; 500 closing over its 50-day moving average. But for some winning stocks, that's a barrier they dusted long ago.
The acquisition enhances S&P Global's (SPGI) Platts division's energy analytical capabilities and strengthens its foothold in North American natural gas market.
The S&P; 500 yield jumped above 30-year Treasury yields. That changes the calculus: Some S&P; 500 stocks' dividend yields are even more alluring.
September isn't a great month for the S&P; 500\. But stocks like defense leader Northrop Grumman show it's possible to win even in the dreaded month.
August wasn't great for S&P; 500 investors — unless you owned the stocks that bucked tariff talk and put up double-digit percentage gains anyway.
LONDON/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's battered bonds were driven still lower on Friday after a credit rating cut from Standard & Poor's triggered automatic selling mechanisms at major pension funds. S&P Global slashed Argentina's rating to CCC- into the deepest area of junk debt, saying a plan announced on Wednesday by the country's government to "unilaterally" extend maturities of many of its bonds had triggered a brief default. It saw Argentina's 2033 euro-denominated bonds slump 4.7 cents and a 2027 version drop nearly 2 cents.
LONDON/BUENOS AIRES, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Argentina's battered bonds were driven still lower on Friday after a credit rating cut from Standard & Poor's triggered automatic selling mechanisms at big German pension funds. Risk spreads blew out to levels not seen since 2005 while the local peso currency extended its year-to-date swoon to 36%, forcing renewed central bank market intervention and intensifying worries about the government's ability to honor its dollar-denominated debt. S&P Global slashed Argentina's rating to CCC-, the deepest area of junk debt, saying a government plan announced on Wednesday to "unilaterally" extend the maturities of many bonds had triggered a brief default.
You've wisely diversified your stock holdings. Unfortunately, that means you own some big S&P; 500 stocks that are hurting more than they're helping.
If you own an S&P; 500 index fund, yes, you own all the big-cap winners like CarMax, Fortinet and CBOE Global Markets. But probably not as much as you'd like.