|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||105.17 - 105.87|
|52 Week Range||85.65 - 109.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.14%|
Trump plans to name Larry Kudlow his top economic advisor, this according to numerous reports, and it could happen as soon as tomorrow
When Tiger's back and playing well, everyone tied to golf gets a boost bringing increased ratings for broadcasters, pumping up sponsor awareness, and raising the pay of other golfers, and the little guys too.
A big Dr Pepper Snapple investor cooling on the hot and cold merger deal between coffee name Keurig Green Mountain and the soft drink company.
The Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY), the largest exchange traded fund tracking the consumer discretionary sector, is higher by 7% year-to-date, but some analysts and market observers ...
The telecom landscape has shifted significantly in recent years, so it’s about time that stock classifications caught up. Come November, the MSCI/S&P Dow Jones Indices will address this by creating a new communications services sector, which will affect a number of mutual funds and ETFs, especially given that high-profile companies like Alphabet (GOOGL) and Facebook (FB) will be moving into the sector from technology. Media stocks, currently classified as consumer discretionary, will also make the move.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? Earlier in this series, we looked at how Tesla’s (TSLA) plans to localize its car production in China are facing challenges. According to a CNBC report, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas is worried about Tesla due to rising competition in the transportation logistics market.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? It’s been nearly two years since Tesla (TSLA) unveiled its first affordable sedan electric car, the Model 3, in March 2016. In the last few quarters, Tesla has been struggling to resolve production bottlenecks for the Model 3.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? In 4Q17, Tesla (TSLA) delivered ~30,000 total vehicle units to its customers, reflecting a 34.7% increase compared to 4Q16. During the quarter, The company delivered 28,000 units of its Model S and Model X and 1,542 units of its Model 3.
Stocks weak here as tech lags, and musical chairs continues at the White House. Plus – Dr Pepper’s deal with Keurig Green Mountain isn’t so tasty to a large shareholder. And, the return of Tiger is lifting the boats of all tied to his game—and not just his major sponsors. Plus, Marc Benioff, Ray Dalio, and Oprah all swear by it. Mindfulness expert Leah Weiss breaks down its C-suite appeal. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 ET p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland and reporter Dan Roberts.