|Bid||88.29 x 800|
|Ask||91.99 x 1400|
|Day's Range||90.69 - 91.73|
|52 Week Range||78.39 - 95.49|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.58|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.23|
|Earnings Date||Feb 13, 2019 - Feb 18, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.86 (2.05%)|
|1y Target Est||98.78|
With the holiday season upon us, the EPA says there is about a thousand pounds of trash per household going out to the landfills, which is more than at any time of the year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi speak to the CEO of Republic Services Don Slager about some of the practices you can take on to reduce the amount of trash.
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Waste Management, Inc. (WM) today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a 10.2% increase in the planned quarterly dividend rate for 2019, from $0.465 to $0.5125 per share. This marks the sixteenth consecutive year that the Company has increased its planned quarterly dividend. The Company also received authorization from its Board of Directors to repurchase $1.5 billion of the Company’s common stock.
Given the increased market volatility, classic "Steady Eddie" companies and their stocks should be increasingly in demand. One such company is Waste Management (WM), North America's largest provider of waste-management services, asserts Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
With the third-quarter round of 13F filings behind us it is time to take a look at the stocks in which some of the best money managers in the world preferred to invest or sell heading into the fourth quarter. One of these stocks was Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM). Is Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM) undervalued? […]
Although faster share price rally in the past year led to a rich valuation for both stocks compared with the industry, Waste Management is trading slightly cheaper than Republic Services.
Goldman Sachs' Brian Maguire upgraded Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) from Sell to Buy with a price target lifted from $84 to $107. Why Waste Stocks? Waste stocks are more defensive in nature, especially during economic downturn cycles, Maguire said in an industrywide research report. Solid waste generation is predictable, and household waste tends not to fluctuate across economic conditions, the analyst said.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, according to Goldman Sachs' latest take on Waste Management Inc. Shares of Wast Management were up nearly 2% on Tuesday, December 4, after Goldman analyst Brian Maguire raised his rating on the company to "buy" from "sell," a rare double upgrade from the financial firm. "Given the age of the current business cycle and expectations for slowing economic growth, we believe now is the right time to own waste stocks," Maguire wrote.
Goldman Sachs upgrades Waste Management to buy from sell in a rare "double upgrade," telling clients that trash stocks may prove to be a defensive strategy. "We believe that Waste offers an alternative from the current economic risks and as a result investors should rotate into the group," analyst Brian Maguire writes. Garbage stocks may be the key to success in a sluggish economy, and Waste Management WM "should be a core holding in every portfolio," according to Goldman Sachs.
Investing.com - U.S. futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday as optimism over a trade truce between the U.S. and China was replaced by doubts over whether the two countries would be able to resolve their trade dispute in the long run.The S&P 500 futures fell 9 points or 0.33% to 2,781.50 as of 6:40 AM ET (11:40 GMT) while Dow futures lost 116 points, or 0.45%, to 25,731. Meanwhile tech heavy Nasdaq 100 futures decreased 38 points, or 0.55%, to 7,019.25.Financial markets rallied on Monday after U.S. ...
America's recycling crisis may get worse real soon, believe it or not. Here's what Republic Services CEO Don Slager told Yahoo Finance about the problem.
H&R Block's (HRB) ongoing strategic investments in price, technology and operations will continue to weigh on revenues and add costs.
Investors looking for stocks that are fully "tariff-proof" should look at companies that derive the vast majority of their revenue domestically with a focus on the "strong consumer," ...