|Day Low/High||13.10 / 13.41|
|52 Wk Low/High||11.12 / 16.52|
These names combine good dividend yields with a track record of raising quarterly payouts.
From Altria to Target, these names combine decent dividends with a track record of raising quarterly payouts.
The Federal Reserve's "stress tests" of big banks required them to maintain sufficient capital even after a nightmare economic scenario where stock prices fell by 65% and unemployment surged to 10%.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at American Electric Power, Fifth Third Bancorp, Applied Materials, EPR Properties, GW Pharmaceuticals and Longfin.
Jim Cramer calls it a tsunami of selling. Not one sector of the stock market got a break in Thursday's tariff-inspired decline.
Don't wait for the market to normalize, there are trades that should be done right now.
HBAN has made a couple of closes above $14.50 and it is poised to trade higher.
The banks are expected, in aggregate, to increase their distributions to nearly 100% of their net earnings over the next four quarters. However, some did better than others.
The second piece of the annual reviews determines how much banks can spend on dividends and stock buybacks.
The gulf between the Republican wish list on financial regulations and the legislative reality is large.
The possibility of legislative relief for regional banks came up at a hearing Thursday.
Insiders at AIG, Anadarko Petroleum and three other companies have been snapping up shares of their own stock lately.
Shares are down for Unilife, which doesn't meet our portfolio criteria.
We beat the benchmark Russell 2000 for the quarter, and we await a busy week on the economic front.
Synovus and Huntington Bancshares are both trading up today, tracking the rise of 10-Year Treasury yields.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
We are keeping an eye on rate-sensitive names for possible buying opportunities, as stocks fell around 1.5% this week.
We picked up more Abraxas Petroleum on weakness, while the market rebounded slightly after the FOMC announced the anticipated quarter-point rate hike.
Shareholders of Synovus Financial and Huntington Bancshares will qualify for payouts this week.
We bulked up on Abraxas Petroleum and Yamana Gold on weakness, as the markets pulled back and investors positioned for next week’s FOMC meeting.
We booked some profits in Huntington Bancshares and Builders FirstSource, while markets digested the likelihood of a March rate hike.
We believe the prudent move is to lock in some of these gains.
The company is our second-largest holding, and we believe it’s prudent to take profits once we’ve doubled our investment.
We opened a new position in Abraxas Petroleum on its above-average growth potential, as stocks faced selling pressure this week.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Incyte, Skyworks Solutions, Western Digital, Constellation Brands and more.
This market may be cheaper than it looks, especially if companies can keep delivering on the earnings front, says Jim Cramer.
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