|Bid||0.00 x 2200|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||202.36 - 204.21|
|52 Week Range||176.52 - 205.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.07%|
Of the analysts tracking NOW (DNOW) on May 23, ~36% recommended “buy” or some equivalent, 64% recommended “hold,” and none recommended “sell.” DNOW comprises 0.09% of the iShares Core S&P Mid-Cap ETF (IJH), which provides exposure to the oil and gas equipment and service segment. Between February 23 and May 23, the percentage of analysts recommending “buy” or some equivalent for DNOW rose from 33% to 36%, while “hold” recommendations fell. Analysts’ mean target price for DNOW on May 23 was $14.10, implying a ~3% downside based on its price of ~$14.60.
The US Federal Reserve considers the state of the employment market and the level of inflation (TIP) when making monetary policy decisions. Unemployment in the US is at a multi-decade low, leading to a shortage of skilled labor and forcing employers to increase wages to attract employees. The Conference Board Leading Economic Index (or LEI) uses average weekly initial claims as a constituent in its economic model rather than the popular non-farm payrolls because weekly claims, when adjusted for seasonality, provide a more accurate account of underlying economic conditions.
ADP, a human capital management solution provider, releases a monthly report on US non-farm employment. The report captures the change in the number of jobs added across different sectors in the US. ADP claims to process the payrolls of more than 24 million US workers, which provides first-hand insight into the US employment market. The monthly report is prepared using actual and anonymous payroll data from 411,000 US clients that ADP services. The report precedes the monthly non-farm payrolls report from the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics). ...
The ADP March jobs report was published on April 4, 2018. It offered a deeper insight into employment trends across different sectors in the US employment market. ADP and Moody’s analytics prepare this monthly report.
ADP, a human capital management solutions provider, releases a monthly report on US non-farm employment. Changes to the level of hiring and gains in employment across different sectors in the United States are captured in the report. ADP processes the payrolls of more than 24 million workers in the United States, which gives the organization a unique insight into the US employment market.
It is often said that large-caps, many of which are multi-national firms generating significant portions of their revenue overseas, benefit from a weak dollar while smaller companies, due to their domestic ...
Globus Medical (GMED) is a medical device company with a focus on designing, developing, and commercializing musculoskeletal solutions. Globus Medical’s sales force is comprised of direct sales representatives and distributor sales representatives employed by exclusive independent distributors. Of the 13 analysts covering Globus Medical in February 2018, seven of them have given the stock a “buy” or higher rating.