$36.35 1.23 (3.27%)
18:29 EDT CMA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $36.35
Market Cap 6.25B
PE Ratio 7.87
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.02M
Day's Range 35.61 - 37.32
52-Week Range 24.28 - 74.11
Dividend & Yield 1.54 (4.24%)
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The stock charts of CMA, PNW and HIG have earned a closer technical inspection following Tuesday's trading action.
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KeyCorp (KEY) announced an 11.8% rise in its quarterly cash dividend. Is it time to buy KEY stock?
Ten notable dividend stocks raised their payouts last week, including Exxon Mobil (XOM) and International Business Machines (IBM).
JPMorgan Chase's (JPM) board of directors approved a 4.2% hike in JPM's quarterly common stock dividend. Here are the details
Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB) increased its quarterly common stock dividend by about 8% to 14 cents per share, payable on Jan 17, 2017
Goldman Sachs Group can be a solid bet now on the back of its leading global position in completed mergers and acquisitions activity
The following stocks were the biggest movers and shakers in the Financial sector today.
Amid mounting litigation issues, Wells Fargo (WFC) once again has come under regulators' eyes. Here's what WFC stock faces now.
The Financial sector saw plenty of trading activity today, including the following leaders and losers.
Realty Income (O) and Reynolds American (RAI) were among the 10 notable dividend stocks increasing their dividends this week.
In a sector that is struggling, our Bear of the Day stands out as a stock to avoid: Wells Fargo & Co (WFC)
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