Avon Products (AVP)
$5.60 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 2.47B
PE Ratio 152.11
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 5.60 - 5.60
52-Week Range 3.59 - 5.82
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Why Avon Products, Inc. (AVP), Biogen Inc (BIIB) and Sodastream International Ltd (SODA) Are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks
On a sour day for stocks, AVP, BIIB and SODA delivered sweet performances.
Avon Products, Inc.'s losses worsened in the first quarter, and concerns over its second quarter make AVP stock our Bear of the Day
Avon stock was up on Monday following news that it has reached an agreement with an activist investor group concerning its board.
Bear of the Day: Avon Products (AVP)
A new batch of Avon layoffs will see it cut 2,500 positions as part of its transformation plan, which also includes moving to the UK.
There's a reason they call these traps "value" traps: They look enticing in their cheapness, but they're just waiting to clamp their jaws of losses onto your portfolio.
Avon stock was up on Thursday following news of a $605 million deal with Cerberus Capital Management that will close in Spring 2016.
Avon shares were up on Friday following news that it may sell its North America business to Cerberus Capital Management.
Why Dollar Tree, Inc. (DLTR), Burlington Stores Inc (BURL) and Avon Products, Inc. (AVP) Are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks
Geopolitical turmoil kept markets at bay, but retailers such as Dollar Tree, Burlington, and Avon all had excellent days.
These three dividend stocks have seen their yields skyrocket, but their market price and cash flows have continued to fall in lockstep.
Janet Yellen sent stocks lower as she tossed a year-end rate hike in the cards on strong economic growth, but Wall Street continues to put its hopes in a Santa Claus rally.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.4% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks advanced 0.3% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.6% on Wall Street on Wednesday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 1.0% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks fell 0.2% on Wall Street so far on Thursday.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined on Wall Street on Thursday morning, down 0.2%.
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