Ball Corp (BLL)
$67.59 1.73 (2.63%)
19:58 EDT BLL Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $67.59
Market Cap 23.61B
PE Ratio 55.86
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.54M
Day's Range 64.98 - 68.08
52-Week Range 51.26 - 82.82
Dividend & Yield 0.40 (0.59%)
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With stocks taking a break, we think now would be a good time to sell covered calls against a consumer staples stock we’ve been holding: Ball Corporation (NYSE:BLL).
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We want to take advantage of Ball Corporation's (NYSE:BLL) weak earnings by selling a covered call.
There is a lot of bullish sentiment on Wall Street, and we’re going to generate some income on our shares of Ball Corporation (NYSE:BLL).
Now that we own shares of Ball Corporation (NYSE:BLL), we want to collect income on the stock with a covered call.
Ten notable dividend stocks raised their payouts last week, including Exxon Mobil (XOM) and International Business Machines (IBM).
The following stocks were moving the Manufacturing sector today.
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Apple (AAPL), Ball Corporation (BLL) and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) are tipping Wall Street's hand. Here's how they could move this week.
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Basic materials stocks finished up 1.3% on Wall Street on Tuesday.
Basic materials stocks rose 2.2% on Wall Street on Wednesday.
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