Big Lots (BIG)
$28.51 0.73 (2.63%)
17:50 EDT BIG Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $28.51
Market Cap 1.15B
PE Ratio 7.18
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.42M
Day's Range 27.69 - 28.87
52-Week Range 25.73 - 50.35
Dividend & Yield 1.15 (4.03%)
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Big Lots earnings for the first quarter of 2019 have BIG stock on its way up Friday after beating out earnings per share estimates.
Tesla, Nvidia, Okta, Big Lots and Upland Software made some big moves Friday, making them our top stock trades for Monday.
The Big Lots earnings report for the third quarter of 2018 is out and the poor results for the quarter are hammering BIG stock.
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Big Lots beat fourth quarter earnings estimates on Friday and raised its quarterly dividend by 20%. But investors seemed to ignore those positives, and BIG stock dropped 10%.
Big Lots (BIG) stock was falling hard on Friday after the retail company reported poor sales for the fourth quarter of 2017.
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