BLK - BlackRock, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
487.61
+0.47 (+0.10%)
At close: 4:04PM EDT
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Previous Close487.14
Open489.48
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range484.79 - 489.55
52 Week Range433.18 - 594.52
Volume700,128
Avg. Volume626,196
Market Cap78.398B
Beta1.55
PE Ratio (TTM)14.70
EPS (TTM)33.16
Earnings DateOct 9, 2018 - Oct 15, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield12.52 (2.63%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-06
1y Target Est583.92
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  • BlackRock: View From The Top
    Yahoo Finance Video3 days ago

    BlackRock: View From The Top

    BlackRock CEO Larry Fink discusses how he sees the world economy and financial markets today.

  • BlackRock's Tucker Makes the Case for High-Yield ETFs
    Bloomberg Video4 days ago

    BlackRock's Tucker Makes the Case for High-Yield ETFs

    Sep.19 -- Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas and Scarlet Fu break down the iShares Core Total Bond Market ETF (ticker: IUSB ) and discuss the fund, and high-yield ETFs, with Matt Tucker, head of Americas systematic fixed income strategy at BlackRock.

  • BlackRock, JO Hambro Unfazed by Indian Shadow-Banking Debt Woes
    Bloomberg4 hours ago

    BlackRock, JO Hambro Unfazed by Indian Shadow-Banking Debt Woes

    Debt problems at one of India’s key non-banking financial firms has failed to shake the confidence of BlackRock Investment Institute and JO Hambro Capital Management in the world’s fastest-growing major economy. Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd., a Mumbai-based conglomerate that funds projects across India, has missed payments on more than five of its obligations since August. Concerns that the slow payments could spread to other shadow banks in India roiled the nation’s stocks on Friday.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    MOVES- BlackRock names Butler to lead US CLO business

    BlackRock has named Owen Butler to lead the firm’s US Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) business within the credit group. Butler, who took over the role last month, is based in New York and reports to James Keenan and Tim O’Hara, co-heads of global credit, according to an internal memo. A BlackRock spokesperson confirmed the contents of the memo.

  • Benzinga3 days ago

    The ETF That Changed The Bond Game

    The bulk of assets allocated to exchange traded funds reside in equity-based products, but fixed income funds are making significant contributions to the ETF industry's growth. Last year, investors allocated ...

  • BlackRock's Fink: U.S. a short-term 'big winner' in China trade war
    Reuters3 days ago

    BlackRock's Fink: U.S. a short-term 'big winner' in China trade war

    Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock (BLK.N), the world's largest asset manager, on Thursday said the United States is "a big winner" in the trade war with China "in the short-term," but not necessarily over time. Fink, speaking at Yahoo Finance's second annual "All Markets Summit," said the United States is currently the dominant force in the trade war because U.S. companies are benefiting from the strong dollar. In the long term, however, trade tensions will hurt the United States as they are leading more non-American companies to expand their business ties with China, Fink said.

  • BlackRock's Fink: U.S. a short-term 'big winner' in China trade war
    Reuters3 days ago

    BlackRock's Fink: U.S. a short-term 'big winner' in China trade war

    Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, on Thursday said the United States is "a big winner" in the trade war with China "in the short-term," but not necessarily over time. Fink, speaking at Yahoo Finance's second annual "All Markets Summit," said the United States is currently the dominant force in the trade war because U.S. companies are benefiting from the strong dollar, driving U.S. stocks up, while equities have fallen elsewhere. In the long term, however, trade tensions will hurt the United States as they are leading more non-American companies to China, Fink said.

  • Larry Fink: The new trade deals will be good, but potentially at great cost
    Yahoo Finance3 days ago

    Larry Fink: The new trade deals will be good, but potentially at great cost

    "In the short run, the United States is a big winner," said Fink.

  • Larry Fink Confronted by Anti-Gun Protesters at Yahoo Summit
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Larry Fink Confronted by Anti-Gun Protesters at Yahoo Summit

    As Larry Fink strode across the stage at The Times Center to be interviewed about the global economy, a pair of female activists had a different idea for the morning’s agenda. A woman carrying a magenta banner that read “Fink: Divest from War. The Twitter handle of Code Pink, a women-led grassroots group, was written on the banner.

  • Larry Fink: 'The market will be higher in 10 years'
    Yahoo Finance3 days ago

    Larry Fink: 'The market will be higher in 10 years'

    BlackRock CEO Larry Fink explains why he is bullish on stocks.

  • LIVE: Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit: A World of Change
    Yahoo Finance3 days ago

    LIVE: Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit: A World of Change

    Yahoo Finance convenes an all-star lineup with some of the best minds in business and beyond for this year's All Markets Summit: A World of Change.

  • BlackRock's Tucker Makes the Case for High-Yield ETFs
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    BlackRock's Tucker Makes the Case for High-Yield ETFs

    Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas and Scarlet Fu break down the iShares Core Total Bond Market ETF (ticker: IUSB ) and discuss the fund, and high-yield ETFs, with Matt Tucker, head of Americas systematic fixed ...

  • GlobeNewswire4 days ago

    BlackRock® Canada Announces Final September Cash Distributions for the iShares® Premium Money Market ETF

    TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2018-- BlackRock Asset Management Canada Limited, an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of BlackRock, Inc., today announced the final September 2018 cash distributions for the iShares ...

  • Is the Emerging Markets Sell-Off Over? Fund Sees Biggest Inflow In a Year
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Is the Emerging Markets Sell-Off Over? Fund Sees Biggest Inflow In a Year

    The largest ETF tracking emerging-market local currency bonds pulled in the most cash since June 2017 on Tuesday, in a sign investors may be tip-toeing back to the asset class after a five-month rout.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    BlackRock's Thiel long Italian bonds, expects market-friendly budget outcome

    BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, has moved recently to a long position in Italian bonds on expectations of a market-friendly outcome to the budget discussions, the company's deputy chief investment officer for fixed income said on Tuesday. Italian markets have experienced violent gyrations in recent months on fear the coalition government will embark on a spending binge that will worsen the country's debt burden. BlackRock's Scott Thiel told reporters however that Italian debt "offers an attractive valuation, especially versus other peripheral markets".

  • BlackRock Goes Long Italian Bonds on ‘More Reasonable’ Politics
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    BlackRock Goes Long Italian Bonds on ‘More Reasonable’ Politics

    The euro-area’s worst-performing government bonds now have the backing of the world’s biggest money manager. BlackRock Inc. has switched to a long position in Italy from a neutral stance on increasing optimism the nation’s politics is moving “toward a much more reasonable outcome,” according to Scott Thiel, deputy chief investment officer for fundamental fixed income. “The Italian situation seems to us to be moving toward a more positive market-friendly outcome, whether it’s the political environment, government target,” London-based Thiel said.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] The great debate over passive investing and its economic impact

    , and of institutional investment in general, has left a few large fund managers in a dominant position over the US stock market. This week saw a Socratic dialogue in New York, in which Hal Scott, a Harvard Law School professor, interrogated academics, lawyers and investors. The conclusion, it appeared to me, rested on collusion.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Italy's bond yields tumble as Germany's head higher

    Italy's government bond yields fell sharply on Tuesday on growing optimism that the new coalition's budget will respect European Union rules on fiscal discipline. Two and five-year yields fell as much as 15 basis points to their lowest levels since July, while yields on short-dated top-rated German debt rose to four-month highs. Italy's top ministers met on Monday to discuss the 2019 budget, with friction building inside the coalition.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    BlackRock's Thiel long Italian bonds, expects market-friendly budget outcome

    BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, has moved recently to a long position in Italian bonds on expectations of a market-friendly outcome to the budget discussions, the company's deputy chief investment officer for fixed income said on Tuesday. Italian markets have experienced violent gyrations in recent months on fear the coalition government will embark on a spending binge that will worsen the country's debt burden. BlackRock's Scott Thiel told reporters however that Italian debt "offers an attractive valuation, especially versus other peripheral markets".

  • Reuters6 days ago

    BlackRock's Thiel says moved to long position in Italian bonds

    BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager has moved recently to a long position in Italian bonds, deputy chief investment officer for fixed income said on Tuesday. Scott Thiel told reporters the fund had held a short position on Italian bonds earlier this year, then shifted to neutral and then more recently had gone long on the market. Thiel also said he had recently turned more "positive" on the British pound, seeing its near-term direction as higher.

  • The trillion-dollar ETF boom triggered by the financial crisis just keeps getting bigger
    CNBC9 days ago

    The trillion-dollar ETF boom triggered by the financial crisis just keeps getting bigger

    One of the biggest stories to come out of the financial crisis is the rise in exchange-traded funds. In 2008 US investors had $531 billion in ETFs; that's jumped to more than $3.4 trillion today.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    The trillion-dollar ETF boom triggered by the financial crisis just keeps getting bigger

    While ETFs first arrived in 1993, they didn’t gain in popularity until after the recession. While there are still more assets in mutual funds – $18.75 trillion at the end of 2017 – ETFs continue to capture a bigger share of the market every year. It was a decade ago that Lehman Brothers collapsed, sending markets into tailspin and causing investors to wonder if their portfolios would ever recover.