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State Street Corporation (STT)

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83.74+0.10 (+0.12%)
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Previous close83.64
Bid83.40 x 1000
Ask83.64 x 1000
Day's range83.50 - 84.47
52-week range56.63 - 89.28
Avg. volume2,239,141
Market cap29.122B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.60
PE ratio (TTM)13.80
EPS (TTM)6.07
Earnings date15 July 2021 - 19 July 2021
Forward dividend & yield2.08 (2.48%)
Ex-dividend date30 June 2021
1y target est91.88
  • Bloomberg

    ‘You Can Tokenize a Building’ in State Street’s New Digital Push

    (Bloomberg) -- State Street Corp., one of the world’s largest money managers, is moving hundreds of its staff into a new digital unit to meet surging interest in everything from cryptocurrencies to transforming investments as traditional as real estate.“This technology is revolutionary and it will change the world,” said Nadine Chakar, the newly appointed head of State Street Digital, in an interview Friday. Blockchain “has been a solution looking for a problem for years now -- but what you’re s

  • State Street Launches New Division Dedicated to Digital Finance
    Business Wire

    State Street Launches New Division Dedicated to Digital Finance

    State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT) today announced that it has launched a new division focused on addressing the industry’s evolving shift to digital finance. The new division, State Street Digital, will be led by Nadine Chakar, three-decade industry veteran and executive vice president. Chakar will report to Lou Maiuri, chief operating officer of State Street Corporation.

  • Financial Times

    State Street sets up digital unit to capitalise on crypto craze

    State Street, a US custody bank that oversees more than $40tn in assets, is setting up a new digital division, reflecting the pressure on financial services companies to help clients trade cryptocurrencies even as regulators work out rules for the sector. The move came only weeks after the Boston-based bank was appointed by Iconic Funds to serve as the administrator of a bitcoin-backed exchange-traded note listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Nadine Chakar, who will head State Street Digital, told the Financial Times that the bank was seeking to keep up with customers who had increased their crypto exposure by 300 per cent in the past two to three months.