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The Carlyle Group Inc. (CG)

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36.40+0.09 (+0.25%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
36.02 -0.38 (-1.04%)
After hours: 07:39PM EST
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Previous close36.31
Bid0.00 x 1800
Ask0.00 x 1300
Day's range34.36 - 36.72
52-week range24.59 - 51.36
Avg. volume3,126,359
Market cap13.235B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.71
PE ratio (TTM)7.62
EPS (TTM)4.78
Earnings date26 Apr 2023 - 01 May 2023
Forward dividend & yield1.30 (3.58%)
Ex-dividend date17 Nov 2022
1y target est41.73
  • Financial Times

    Carlyle fundraising slowed sharply during chief executive hunt

    Carlyle Group’s fundraising slowed sharply last quarter as the absence of a new chief executive deterred some investors from committing capital to the private equity group. The slowdown underlines how much is riding on Harvey Schwartz, the former Goldman Sachs chief financial officer who Carlyle named as chief executive on Monday. As well as investors’ unease over the absence of a chief executive, the downturn in global markets and an industry-wide overexposure of pensions and endowments to private equity hobbled Carlyle’s fundraising last quarter, according to people familiar with the matter.

  • Financial Times

    Carlyle Group: fundraising weakness bolsters Schwartz’s case for change

    Leadership void at private capital firm was one reason fourth quarter fundraising pulled in only $5bn

  • Bloomberg

    Carlyle In Talks to Buy Veritas’s Cotiviti for Up to $15 Billion

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