Westwood Holdings Group Inc bought 76,085 shares as the company's stock declined 9.94% with the market. Oceaneering Intl Inc now has $2.11 billion valuation. The stock increased 5.33% or $0.0004 during the last trading session, reaching $0.0079. About 1.17M shares traded. United States Cellular Corporation (NYSE:USM) has risen 10.04% since April 30, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 30.66% the S&P500.Presima Inc decreased Simon Ppty Group Inc New (SPG) stake by 21.22% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. (NYSE:SPG). Livforsakringsbolaget Skandia Omsesidigt holds 0.08% of its portfolio in Simon Property Group, Inc. On Tuesday, January 9 BMO Capital Markets maintained Simon Property Group, Inc.SPG traded up $5.98 on Friday, hitting $156.14. During the same quarter last year, the firm earned $1.53 EPS. analysts anticipate that Simon Property Group will post 11.99 earnings per share for the current year. Simon Property Group, Inc.In total 9 analysts cover Simon Property Group … [Read more...] about Are Analysts Bullish Simon Property Group, Inc. (NYSE:SPG) After Last Week?
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The stock decreased 1.88% or $2.02 during the last trading session, reaching $105.15.NXP Semiconductors N.V. has 13.14 million shares volume, 190.20% up from normal. The stock presently has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus target price of $119.71. NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ:NXPI) has risen 17.73% since April 21, 2017 and is uptrending.Looking at the Analyst Recommendations of the stock, 1 Analysts issued a Buy for MoSys, 1 gave Outperform, 14 analysts gave Hold Rating, 0 issued Underperform and 0 marked the stock as Sell.Clint Carlson rose its stake by 2.62% in Nxp Semiconductors N V (NXPI), according to 2017Q4 SEC filling.Total analysts of 9 have positions in NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ:NXPI) as follows: 0 rated it a "Buy", 0 with "Sell" and 9 with "Hold". There is no guarantee that when share prices reach a 52 week low, the stock will begin to trade higher - it could break down to an even lower level. It has outperformed by 109.88% the S&P500.Since December 7, … [Read more...] about NXP Semiconductors NV (NXPI) Reached 1 Year Low on April, 20
Last Updated Sep 22, 2011 4:34 PM EDT For the second day in a row, nervous investors dumped stocks Thursday because of what everyone already knows: Economic growth across the globe is slowing and Europe is a mess. Did we really need the Federal Reserve to tell us these known facts? Here's how the U.S. markets ended the day:DJIA:10,734, down 391, or 3.5% (52-week low: 10,604 on 8/9/11) S&P 500: 1,130, down 37, or 3.2% (52-week low: 1,101 on 8/9/11) NASDAQ 2,456, down 82.52, or 3.3% (52-week low: 2,316 on 9/23/10) US 10-Year Bond: 1.72% (lowest since the 1940's) November Crude Oil: $80.51, down $5.41, or 6.3% December Gold: $1,723.20, down $66.40, or 3.4% After Wednesday's FOMC announcement, U.S. investors pushed down stocks; then the selling accelerated overnight in overseas markets. The Stoxx Europe 600 tumbled 4.4 percent to its lowest level in more than two years in intraday trading; China's Shanghai Composite lost 2.8 percent, after a disappointing report on Chinese … [Read more...] about Stocks Plunge on Global Slowdown Fears
Last Updated Jan 3, 2017 8:05 AM EST Will the recently reinvigorated stock market experience turbulence or triumph in 2017? That’s the question Wall Street and the investment community are wrestling with as Donald Trump officially takes over as president on Jan. 20. That’s because the market’s massive rally following the Nov. 8 presidential election doesn’t necessarily point to, never mind guarantee, rosy returns for investors this year.“New expectations set the tone for 2017,” said Elizabeth Collins, director of equity research for North America at Morningstar, in a review of the market’s performance in 2016 and which segments would be of interest to investors now.“The market has incorporated expectations for stimulus, higher inflation, (from stimulating an economy already close to full employment), and higher interest rates (from higher budget deficits and inflation),” she noted. U.S. financial services stocks reacted the most … [Read more...] about 10 large-cap stocks to consider for 2017
For a long while, Tiffany (TIF) was No. 1 on Wall Street's list of glamorous retailers, with a stock that usually attracted "buy" recommendations. Not anymore. It's now rated as a "sell" or "underperform" by several major analysts. On the other side of the retailing divide, shares of deep-discount retailer Dollar General (DG) have soared, riding high on its theme as a one-stop, low-price destination for value-conscious shoppers. Even as Tiffany and Dollar General cater to different types of shoppers, Wall Street measures their value mainly on the same basic metrics: earnings and revenue growth. Of late, Tiffany has been a big disappointment on both scores, which has prompted S&P Global Market Intelligence (formerly S&P Capital IQ) to downgrade the stock to a "sell" from a "hold." It slashed its price target by $28 a share to $59; the stock closed on Friday at $71.84. On the other hand, S&P recommends Dollar General as a "buy" and boosted its price target by $11 a share to … [Read more...] about Tiffany or Dollar General: Which stock to buy?
Every day, Wall Street analysts upgrade some stocks, downgrade others, and "initiate coverage" on a few more. But do these analysts even know what they're talking about? Today, we're taking one high-profile Wall Street pick and putting it under the microscope... If you're a shareholder in UPS (NYSE: UPS), chances are you haven't been smiling a lot lately. Over the past month, shares of UPS stock have tumbled an astonishing 20% in value, and are now flirting with their 52-week low. One reason for this is well known -- it begins with the letter "A" and ends with ".com." But according to analysts at Chicago-based Loop Capital, fears that Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) will destroy UPS' business are overblown. Down 20% in a month, UPS stock is a buy, says Loop. Here's why. Amazon is knocking. Should UPS investors be afraid to open the door? Image source: Getty Images. The elephant in the room One reason investors have suddenly become allergic to UPS stock is The Wall Street … [Read more...] about UPS Stock Upgraded: What You Need to Know
After a turbulent start to the month, the stock market bounced back sharply this week, taking most stocks with it. Not only did fears of inflation begin subsiding, but several companies reported strong year-end results and even better outlooks for 2018. The energy industry delivered one of the largest doses of earnings reports, which, along with higher oil prices, helped send several stocks soaring this week. Three that stood out are Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR), EQT Corp (NYSE: EQT), and Diamondback Energy (NASDAQ: FANG). Bounding with optimism Denbury Resources led this trio higher, with its stock jumping more than 21% this week. While a rebound in the price of oil helped drive that move, the main catalyst was the oil producer's operational update and expectations for 2018. Denbury said that production in the fourth quarter averaged more than 61,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, which was 1% higher than the third quarter and in line with expectations. The highlight, … [Read more...] about These 3 Energy Stocks Are on Fire Right Now (And at Least 1 Still Looks Worth Buying)
Gardening might be the last thing on your mind this February, but I would still entertain the idea of adding Scotts Miracle-Gro (NYSE: SMG) to your portfolio. The home lawn-care specialist has been growing like a weed for much of the past several years. But the announcement of fiscal first-quarter 2018 results at the end of January sent shares tumbling, after a warning that growth will slow in the year ahead. That one little admission sent the stock from levels near the 52-week high to within shouting distance of the 52-week low -- in a matter of two days. It's easy to understand Wall Street's knee-jerk reaction. Scotts Miracle-Gro stock was relatively expensive, but that was justified by awesome growth. No awesome growth, no justification, and, well, look out below. While there may be some disappointment in the short term, the long-term growth potential of Scotts Miracle-Gro hasn't changed. That's why it's my top stock to buy in February. Image source: Getty Images. Slowing … [Read more...] about Here’s My Top Stock to Buy in February
It’s a raging bull market, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has enjoyed incredible gains in 2017. As 2018 gets ever closer, investors have to decide how they will invest their money in the new year.The Dow is up about 22% year to date and up about 25% over the past year, and the indexes have all rallied more than 200% from the Great Recession’s bottom, which is now nearing nine years ago.Even this raging bull market has left many well-known companies behind. Some key Dow stocks have quite simply been major disappointments, and some of them for more than a year. That makes them raging duds. The question is whether the past will mirror the future. It turns out that some down and out stocks don’t always stay down, and sometimes great turnarounds and recoveries can create huge victories for opportunistic and visionary investors.24/7 Wall St. has been reviewing and creating initial forecasts for 2018. It turns out that it’s very hard to find well-known Wall … [Read more...] about 2018 Outlook: How Exxon, GE, IBM, Merck and Disney could be the top Dow stocks
Take-two can have more time, but not more money in deciding on rival Electronic Arts' takeover offer of $2 billion. Video game publisher EA extended the deadline for a third time to buy New York-based Take-Two, best known for its "Grand Theft Auto" series of games. Take-Two again spurned the offer price as too low while saying it has "begun the process" of formally talking to interested parties. EA is the only company that has publicly expressed interest in buying Take-Two and analysts aren't expecting another suitor to come forward. The new offer expires June 16 a minute before midnight. The price remains $25.74 a share, although Take-Two's stock has not traded below $26 since May 1. Analysts expect EA will have to pay a couple of dollars more a share to get the deal done. EA said the latest extension allows the Federal Trade Commission's anti-trust review of the proposed acquisition to continue. The latest "Grand Theft" installment sold 6 million copies worldwide in … [Read more...] about Electronic Arts extends deadline to buy Take-Two, stays firm with price