Borg Warner (BWA)
$32.15 0.22 (0.69%)
18:29 EDT BWA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $32.15
Market Cap 6.75B
PE Ratio 14.23
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.55M
Day's Range 31.04 - 32.24
52-Week Range 17.00 - 46.60
Dividend & Yield 0.68 (2.12%)
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Tuesday's 3 big stock charts feature suddenly unloved names that have traded back to past lows — and thus need support to hold.
Uber gets a new buy rating, while BorgWarner buys Delphi for about $3.3 billion. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
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The stock charts of WU, APA and BWA merit a closer look from traders as the new week kicks off.
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Nine notable dividend stocks raised their payouts this week, including HP (HPQ) and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).
We are now deep into earnings season, and I have updated rankings that suggest you consider selling these stocks ahead of earnings
In less than 48 hours we'll know whether the UK has decided to leave or remain in the EU. Now is the time to review your international exposure
Value investor Benjamin Graham developed a method to find stocks to buy that still holds true. Here are 10 stocks to consider based on Graham's values
Consumer cyclical stocks remained flat so far on Friday on Wall Street.
Consumer cyclical stocks finished up 0.3% on Wall Street on Wednesday.
Consumer cyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.7%.
Consumer cyclical stocks fell broadly on Wall Street on Thursday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.5%.
Consumer cyclical stocks declined 0.6% on Wall Street so far on Tuesday.
Nervous traders hit the brakes on Tuesday amid a day that saw Volkswagen's emissions equipment scandal put the hurt on Ford, GM and other auto stocks.
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