$97.76 1.52 (1.53%)
11:00 EDT ABBV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $99.28
Market Cap 155.13B
PE Ratio 24.56
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.50M
Day's Range 97.60 - 99.78
52-Week Range 62.55 - 100.69
Dividend & Yield 3.59 (3.67%)
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The pharmaceutical market has its ups and downs, but that doesn't mean every investment is risky as ABBV stock is a reasonably safe bet.
AbbVie, Livongo, Walmart and Novavax were our top stock trades for Wednesday. That said, let's look at the charts to see what's going on.
With another wave of coronavirus cases hitting the U.S., AbbVie stock seems a dubious investment. Yet with the acquisition of Allergan and its Botox treatment, ABBV has long-term upside potential.
Investors need to differentiate between speculative stocks rising higher than ever and proven blue-chip stocks, and stick to the latter.
Analysts call ABBV stock a bargain after its $63 billion purchase of Allergan, whose existing drugs and pipeline are now expected to replace revenue from Humira.
ABBV stock may seem like an attractive value name. But while it is very profitable now, things are set to worsen dramatically in a few years..
It's fine if you want to hold ABBV stock for the dividend payouts, but there are also other reasons to own it.
The public health crisis threw AbbVie into the spotlight but the company handled the ongoing crisis better than its competitors. With a successful acquisition and a high dividend yield. ABBV stock is a safe bet for investors in a volatile market.
With AbbVie's buyout of Allergan officially finalized, ABBV stock has moved significantly higher since then. However, ABBV is so much more than this headline event.
AbbVie stock needed its merger with AGN stock to diversify. Now that it has, the stock has more potential upside thanks to Allergan.
These five healthcare stocks have low P/E ratios and ample yields, making them cheap and profitable options for investors.
Disney missed on earnings but reported strong growth in streaming. Nio's deliveries doubled. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Activision Blizzard, Shopify, Chegg, Abbott Labs and AbbVie were our top stock trades for Wednesday. That said, here's a look at the charts.
AbbVie (ABBV) earnings for the biopharmaceutical company's first quarter of 2020 have ABBV stock on the move Friday after beating estimates.
The coronavirus has completely changed the narrative on AbbVie’s buyout of AGN. Allergan stock holders banking on it should reconsider.
With a major acquisition in the works, ABBV stock isn't just a dividend king, but a rapidly-diversifying juggernaut.
Without a coronavirus treatment, the medical community is experimenting with repurposed drugs. In this regard, the present crisis may benefit ABBV stock. Still, AbbVie has other headwinds that investors shouldn’t ignore.
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