Brown Forman Inc Cl A (BF-A)
$58.46 0.00 (0.00%)
19:00 EDT BF-A Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $58.46
Market Cap 9.88B
PE Ratio 39.50
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 58.46 - 58.46
52-Week Range 41.03 - 68.15
Dividend & Yield 1.67 (2.86%)
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Consumer noncyclical stocks rose broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.9%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up 1.7% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Friday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.9%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished flat today on Wall Street.
Consumer noncyclical stocks remained flat on Tuesday morning on Wall Street.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 1.2% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks fell broadly on Wall Street on Friday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.2%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up 2.1% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 1.6%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up 0.7% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Thursday morning, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.7%.
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It's a big day in the social media sphere as Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg and Chris Cox meet the heads of the civil rights group leading the "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign against the company.The boycott, initiated in the aftermath of George Floyd's death, has so far elicited the support of more than 400 corporations, including Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Unilever, Ford, Microsoft and Verizon.Demands include Facebook submitting to independent audits and removing all hate speech and misinformation, refunding companies when ads appear next to hate speech and hiring a civil rights executive to scrutinize products and policies.While ad revenue - which grew by 26% last year - accounted for almost all of Facebook's $70B of revenue in 2019, the top 100 brands likely represented only about 6% those sales, according to data from Pathmatics.
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