Colfax Corp (CFX)

39.67
0.92 2.40
NYSE : Industrial Goods
Prev Close 38.75
Open 39.21
Day Low/High 39.21 / 39.78
52 Wk Low/High 24.62 / 41.99
Volume 271.27K
Avg Volume 584.10K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 122.99M
Market Cap 4.87B
EPS 1.00
P/E Ratio 38.08
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Analysts' Actions -- Comcast, Netflix, Nokia, Zillow and More

Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Comcast and Netflix, and downgrades for Nokia and Zillow.

Noteworthy Wednesday Option Activity: CFX, MCFT, VTAE

Noteworthy Wednesday Option Activity: CFX, MCFT, VTAE

Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in Colfax Corp , where a total of 5,967 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 596,700 underlying shares. That amounts to about 100.8% of CFX's average daily trading volume over the past month of 591,935 shares.

Colfax To Host Annual Investor Event

Colfax To Host Annual Investor Event

Insider Trading Alert - VOXX, NTCT And CFX Traded By Insiders

Insider Trading Alert - VOXX, NTCT And CFX Traded By Insiders

Stocks with insider trader activity include VOXX, NTCT and CFX

Finding Inspiration in Transition

Companies are restructuring themselves for the future.

Colfax Corp.'s New CFO Has a Winning Record

Christopher Hix has helped plenty of industrial firms turn around.

Colfax Names Christopher Hix Chief Financial Officer

Colfax Names Christopher Hix Chief Financial Officer

Colfax CFO Scott Brannan Will Continue to Serve as a Part-Time Non-Executive Advisor and Will Join the Rales Family Office

Analysts' Actions -- Applied Materials, Best Buy, Alphabet, Noble Energy and More

Analysts' Actions -- Applied Materials, Best Buy, Alphabet, Noble Energy and More

Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Applied Materials and Noble Energy, and downgrades for Best Buy and Alphabet.

On the Third Day (of EPG), GE Rose From the Dead

I'm interested in seeing how GE uses its $30 billion in deployable cash over the next couple years