$425.56 6.10 (1.45%)
18:30 EDT BLK Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $425.56
Market Cap 68.16B
PE Ratio 13.42
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 473,009
Day's Range 423.17 - 427.94
52-Week Range 360.79 - 492.00
Dividend & Yield 11.46 (2.69%)
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BlackRock earnings for the second quarter of the year have BLK stock moving on Friday after missing Wall Street's estimates.
BlackRock earnings for the first quarter of 2019 have BLK stock up on Tuesday with a strong earnings per share and revenue beat.
It's a little over two months into 2019 and some owners of dividend stocks have already been rewarded. Here are seven that fit the bill.
BLK stock was up on Wednesday despite the most recent Blackrock earnings report missing estimates for earnings per share and revenue.
BlackRock leads a Goldman Sachs list of stocks it believes have the most potential upside in the year ahead.
Fidelity, one of the largest issuers of actively managed mutual funds, did away with investment minimums on mutual funds and 529 college savings plans. But what about Fidelity ETFs?
Blackrock is growing more conservative in its investments, expecting a financial storm, while BLK earnings reveal higher net income but lower inflows.
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So far this year, smaller equities are really outgunning their larger peers with a double-digit return compared to the mouse-like gains of the bigger S&P 500.
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Bullish reversals have taken place on many daily charts, including on that of BlackRock. A long-side swing trade in BLK stock now is setting up against well-defined technical support.
Stocks rebounded strongly on Thursday following Wednesday's slump, and it looks like the trend will continue at the sound of the opening bell today. However, some questions still remain.
BlackRock (BLK) stock was on its way up on Thursday following an earnings beat reported for the first quarter of the year.
Stocks broke a two-day winning streak on Wednesday as an imminent U.S. strike on Syria gave investors pause Wednesday, but futures point to the market ending the week on a positive note as Trump reels in Syria comments.
BlackRock stock is best known for its ETF management, which has been a boon but in a selloff could quickly become a detriment.
Faced with mounting global discontent over climate change, income inequality and working conditions, a coalition of major companies pledged Monday to revise a long-standing principle of corporate governance. Shareholders, the coalition said, aren't everything. The statement from the Business Roundtable, a collection of executives representing some of America's largest companies, offers a new definition of "the purpose of a corporation." No longer should the primary job of a corporation be to advance the interests of its shareholders, the group said. Companies must also invest in their employees, deliver value to their customers and deal fairly and ethically with their suppliers, the group said. The statement was signed by nearly 200 chief executives, including the leaders of Apple, American Airlines, Accenture, AT&T, Bank of America, Boeing and BlackRock. Besides Apple, leaders of such Bay Area companies as Oracle, Chevron, Cisco Systems, Salesforce and Visa also signed it. "While each of our individual companies serves its own corporate purpose, we share a fundamental commitment to all of our stakeholders," said the group, which is led by Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase. "We commit to deliver value to all of them, for the future success of our companies, our communities and our country." The Business Roundtable did not provide specifics on how to achieve this shift, offering more of a mission statement than a plan of action. But the companies pledged to compensate employees fairly and provide "important benefits," as well as training and education. They also promised to "protect the environment by embracing sustainable practices across our businesses" and "foster diversity and inclusion, dignity and respect." Since the...
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