KeyCorp (KEY)

18.34
0.73 3.90
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 19.07
Open 18.74
Day Low/High 18.14 / 18.75
52 Wk Low/High 11.35 / 19.53
Volume 20.25M
Avg Volume 9.61M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.10B
Market Cap 20.77B
EPS 0.80
P/E Ratio 22.29
Div & Yield 0.38 (2.00%)

Latest News

Stocks in Flux as Materials Slump, Consumer Names Trade Higher

Stocks in Flux as Materials Slump, Consumer Names Trade Higher

Stocks are in flux.

Wall Street Sets Up for More Records as T-Mobile Rises, Qualcomm Falls

Wall Street Sets Up for More Records as T-Mobile Rises, Qualcomm Falls

Stock futures are higher.

Jim Cramer Awaits Quarterly Results From Nucor, Snap-On and KeyCorp

Jim Cramer Awaits Quarterly Results From Nucor, Snap-On and KeyCorp

Nucor, Snap-On and KeyCorp release quarterly earnings on Thursday.

Earnings Previews: 7 Names to Report This Week

What we'll be looking for from ABT, NUE, DHR, KEY, SNA, GE and SLB.

Weekly Roundup

The market surged this week as positive earnings and a mellower tone from Janet Yellen cheered bulls.

Jim Cramer -- This Is My Favorite Bank Stock

Jim Cramer -- This Is My Favorite Bank Stock

Jim Cramer likes KeyCorp the most.

Jim Cramer: I Remain Committed to Owning Citigroup

Jim Cramer: I Remain Committed to Owning Citigroup

Jim Cramer's outlook on banking stocks.

Selling Some Wells Fargo, Buying More TJX

The bank has had a good run; retailer offers opportunity.

Disney, Nvidia, Walmart and 12 Other Stocks That Could Skyrocket Going Into 2018

Disney, Nvidia, Walmart and 12 Other Stocks That Could Skyrocket Going Into 2018

From bank stocks to tech, these are my favorite names.

Weekly Roundup

Jobs report and Fed minutes highlight a short week. In the portfolio, we add one name and downgrade another.

Winners and Losers of the Fed's 2017 Bank Stress Tests

Winners and Losers of the Fed's 2017 Bank Stress Tests

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.

Weekly Roundup

We held back on any big portfolio moves as the quarter ended with bank stress test results and merger news.

Bank Stress Tests Offer Up Positive Results for Portfolio Names

With each of our positions trading higher, the market is telling us that the announced capital plans were even better than anticipated.

KeyCorp Announces CCAR Capital Plan Which Includes Two Common Stock Dividend Increases And New Share Repurchase Authorization

No Objection from Federal Reserve to Company's Capital Plan

An Update on Two Deals, and Another Round of Stress Tests

Qualcomm extended the deadline for its NXPI offer, and there was a new development in the WDC-Toshiba chip unit sale.

Good News for Our Energy and Bank Stocks

Stress tests, Yellen and falling oil inventories are all helping the portfolio.

Mixed Signals Perplex Markets: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 6/23/17)

Mixed Signals Perplex Markets: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 6/23/17)

Employment data say one thing, other economic signals contradict them, says Jim Cramer

Ulta Beauty, Nutanix, Reynolds American, KeyCorp, Broadcom: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Ulta Beauty, Nutanix, Reynolds American, KeyCorp, Broadcom: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Ulta Beauty, Nutanix, Reynolds American, KeyCorp, and Broadcom.

Weekly Roundup

Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.

First Round of Fed Stress Tests Is Very Positive

We are encouraged to see each of our positions, as well as the industry, pass the first round of tests.

Key Reports 2017 Company-Run Stress Test Results

Company reports Stress Test information required by Dodd-Frank on its website

KeyBank Recognized As One Of The 50 Most Community-Minded Companies In The United States

Fourth Consecutive Time KeyBank Is Honored On The Annual Civic 50 List; Named Financials Sector Leader

Here's How to Play New Fed Stress Tests on the 34 Biggest U.S. Banks

Here's How to Play New Fed Stress Tests on the 34 Biggest U.S. Banks

The second piece of the annual reviews determines how much banks can spend on dividends and stock buybacks.