|Bid||43.40 x 1300|
|Ask||43.60 x 1300|
|Day's range||43.21 - 44.10|
|52-week range||34.52 - 68.83|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.73|
|YTD daily total return||-25.40%|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.75|
|Expense ratio (net)||0.35%|
With first quarter earnings season largely done, investors will now shift focus to the Fed's next meeting and how policy updates could impact the AI-driven rally in stocks.
Blanke Schein Wealth Management CIO Robert Schein joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the best and worst stock picks for investor portfolios amid the debt ceiling debate and the economic slowdown.
Mahoney Asset Management CEO Ken Mahoney joins the Live Show to discuss two stocks to own, which stocks to avoid, and gives investing tips amid an uncertain market.
VettaFi Vice Chairman Tom Lydon breaks down how investors should be thinking amid markets preparation for a potential Fed pause.
Regional banks were under pressure again Thursday after PacWest reported nearly 10% of deposits flowed out the bank's doors last week as the crisis hitting smaller lenders continues.
Amateur traders are making new bets against regional bank stocks as volatility continues to roil the industry.
Markets keenly awaiting the US Federal Reserve's interest rate decision later this evening.
JPMorgan Chase CEO told shareholders in his annual letter that it's unlikely that tighter regulations would have stopped the deposit run at Silicon Valley Bank.
VettaFi Vice Chair Tom Lydon joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the best investments for 2023 and the opportunities in gold ETFs.
A bank crisis has pressured financial markets and made it hard for investors to know where to turn for signs of stability or worry. A few key readings on volatility, the bond market, and the currency market offer some guidance.
As concerns over a looming banking crisis weigh on the minds of investors, one economist says the ultimate outcome will depend on three major questions.
Stocks finished lowe on Friday — though the Nasdaq and S&P 500 capped the week with gains — after markets staged a huge rally Thursday on news some of the country's biggest banks would band together to help stabilize struggling lender First Republic.
The chaos that swept through the banking and financial markets this week has left the Fed at a crossroads for its rate-hiking path. The central bank's next interest rate decision is only days away, and investors' rate hike predictions have drastically changed since the SVB collapse. Michael Antonelli, Baird Managing Director and Market Strategist, tells Yahoo Finance that the drama that ensued is only a "mini banking crisis" and is not unusual. He says that what's happening right now might actually be "helping the Fed." "It will send a deflationary impulse through the economy. Credit conditions will tighten, lending will tighten," he says. "This ultimately will help fight inflation maybe much more so than a rate hike." Big banks are showing their confidence in the U.S. economy, with 11 firms banding together to save First Republic Bank (FRC) with a $30 billion lifeline. Yet regional bank stocks continue their downward spiral, but Antonelli assures that "this is what markets do. They probe stress." It will continue until "this moment has passed." Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Brad Smith spoke with Antonelli. Watch the interview here. Key Video Moments: 00:00:03: Comparing to history 00:01:30: Why regional banks are down
A quick visual explanation as to how a few banks failed and the fallout it's causing.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told lawmakers on Thursday the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank are not events that broadly undermine confidence in the U.S. banking system.
Credit Suisse added more gas on the banking fire, exacerbating an already tough decision for central banks.
The crisis at Credit Suisse (CS) is deepening, with credit default swaps at the bank nearing distressed levels, on the heels of the Silicon Valley Bank fallout. This trouble comes as the company continues to run into new problems, including issues with its financial reporting, and as the bank undergoes a three-year restructuring effort. Credit Suisse shares sank, bringing down European markets with it, and putting bank stocks under pressure. The KBW Bank Index (^BKX), which tracks 24 U.S. leading banks, has plummeted. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Jared Blikre lay out what a credit default swap means, and how it happened to Credit Suisse. You can watch the full clip here. Key video Moments: 00:0:01 What a credit default swap is 00:00:29: Credit default swap curve inversion 00:01:07: Timeline of Credit Suisse events
Yahoo Finance Live’s Jared Blikre breaks down how stocks are moving following the opening bell on Tuesday.
Wall Street is weighing in on the Federal Reserve's next move after the collapse of California's Silicon Valley Bank, the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history.
Silicon Valley Bank has been closed by the FDIC after the bank failed to raise fresh capital and stem deposit outflows that sent the institution into crisis this week.