Boeing Co (BA)
$152.30 5.43 (3.70%)
4:10 EDT BA Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $146.87
Market Cap 88.73B
PE Ratio 10.13
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5,624
Day's Range 146.87 - 146.87
52-Week Range 89.00 - 391.00
Dividend & Yield 6.84 (4.49%)
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Following a disappointing end to Tuesday's session, stocks rallied anew on Wednesday amid talk the White House is in talks about reopening the shuttered U.S. economy as the number of coronavirus cases plateaus.
Over the past two days, leadership is being sourced from the names most severely punished in the coronavirus downturn, including airlines, casino and cruise line operators and hoteliers. The read-in is that investors are willing to wager that when the coronavirus issue subsides, there will be pent up demand to get out of the house and get back to enjoying life.
The Dow notched its biggest advance in more than a week Monday, but investors should beware getting carried away. Yes, these gains are important, but remember that this week could be the worst in terms of COVID-19 fatalities.
Uber, Boeing, Advanced Micro Devices and Livongo were our top stock trades for Monday. That said, let's look at the charts.
Though it may be temporary and hopefully it will be, some economists are forecasting a spike in the unemployment rate to 20% or higher. Mere speculation of that happening could be enough for the White House to push another round of stimulus.
A new quarter begins, but it's the same old song for riskier assets as stocks tumbled, prompting concerns Q2 will be another rough patch.
Matt McCall is confident that, at least in the long term, the stimulus package will inject cash into the economy and help bring new highs.
Friday was a down day, but four of the past five have been up days for the Dow and it's worth pointing out that after one of the most rapid corrections/bear markets on record, plenty of bad news is already being consumed, but plenty of uncertainty lingers, too.
When equity markets crash, investors tend to punish the good same as the bad. That said, these 3 forgotten stars are stocks to buy right now.
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Halting a three-day winning streak, stocks tumbled Friday as investors appeared to sell the news on the House of Representatives passing the $2 trillion stimulus and as coronavirus case data grew increasingly ominous.
There was broad-based strength in equities on Thursday even as weekly jobless claims spiked to more quadruple the prior record.
These 10 undervalued stocks have crashed as the coronavirus has spread, but many of them could rebound (if they don't go bankrupt).
Boeing, Nike, the S&P 500 ETF and Apple were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, here's what the charts look like now.
It wasn't a precise replay of Tuesday, but the Dow notched a decent Wednesday gain with large contributions from Boeing and Nike.
The market is getting antsy to see that stimulus bill pushed through. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Boeing (BA) news for Wednesday concerning a funding deal from the U.S. Senate to aid companies hit by coronavirus is boosting BA stock up
Boeing, Roku, Lululemon Athletica, Zoom Video and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were our top stock trades for Tuesday.
David Tepper says there could be 10% to 15% more downside in the market. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Get ready for Matt McCall's alerts on stocks to buy, stop panicking when you read the news and make sure to keep doing your own research.
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