|Bid||26.23 x 2000|
|Ask||26.38 x 2000|
|Day's range||26.23 - 26.43|
|52-week range||22.09 - 26.93|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense ratio (net)||0.14%|
Stocks slipping here as the Fed signals concern ahead. Plus, can things get any worse for Uber? Yes, they can. We have the latest. And Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi tells us why now is the worst time for tax cuts. Plus, retailers have had enough. Why they’re breaking up with Black Friday. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland.
In the crypto-universe, saving bitcoin is done by e-wallets like those offered by Samsung, Apple, or PayPal, which let you save money and cryptocurrencies.
Stocks are powering to new highs as tech—the market’s top sector this year—leads the charge. Plus, we’re watching earnings: Salesforce and HP are out after the bell. And … the FCC is no longer neutral. What the end of net neutrality means for you. Plus, the agribusiness is awash in mergers. The CEO of the largest crop chemical producer tells us what’s next. Winners and losers
Stocks are popping here ahead of a short week, just as analysts get bullish on Wall Street. Plus, is big money finally coming to the crypto trade? And what does it mean? And Alibaba is taking a page out of Walmart’s playbook in China. We break down Jack Ma’s latest move. And finally, is Silicon Valley a force of good—or more like a wrecking ball? Author Noam Cohen weighs in. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance’s Andy Serwer and Melody Hahm.
Stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) can’t hold onto yesterday’s gains as the major indices are poised to end the week lower. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers, Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman and markets correspondent Myles Udland.
Stocks charging higher as earnings power the way, and tax reform clears a hurdle in Washington. Plus – why Walmart’s blow out quarter proves why Amazon had to get its hands on Whole Foods. Plus – forget fintech – is fash-tech the next frontier for Silicon Valley? Why big funds, and Amazon, are suiting up.
The Dow dropping as oil falls again – is the bull market running out of gas? And – critics are loving the iPhone TEN – but there’s one feature users are gonna love, and it could be a difference-maker. Plus – Greta Van Susteren leaving big media – for social media and mobile – she tells us why she’s bullish. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland. Stocks in the red include IBM as Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway cut its stake in Big Blue by 32 percent, Accorda Therapeutics as the biotech named suffered a setback with its experimental Alzheimer’s treatment, and Target – shares getting crunched as the big box retailer’s holiday forecast disappointed the street.
Stocks weak here as commodities fall, and so does GE—again. Plus, Home Depot is making a big bet on the connected home—will it pan out? And we break down the latest disclosure reports to see what Wall Street’s biggest fund managers are holding. Finally, a watershed case heads to the Supreme Court. Could casino operators get a lift from legalized sports gambling?
Late yesterday, the Senate Banking Committee unveiled plans to relax portions of the Dodd-Frank Act, put in place after the financial crisis, that would reduce the number of banks facing increased government oversight. Keefe, Bruyette & Woods' Brian Kleinhanzl writes that while the moves largely benefit smaller banks, there's good news for some larger names as well: Much of the Senate group’s proposal would be tailored to smaller financial institutions, but there were several items that would benefit larger banks. In the end, Universal Banks could benefit from the senators’ proposal and the trust and custody banks (State Street (STT), Bank of New York Mellon (BK), and Northern Trust (NTRS)) would be the biggest beneficiaries within our coverage based on our earnings sensitivity analysis.
American International Group’s (AIG) individual retirement business saw its premiums fall 41% to $22 million in 3Q17 from $37 million in 3Q16. In 3Q17, the division’s assets under administration stood ...
Prospect Capital Corporation (PSEC) released its earnings report for fiscal 1Q18 on November 8. The company failed to meet the projections Wall Street analysts had set for earnings per share or EPS and ...