$141.05 0.29 (0.21%)
18:30 EDT EFX Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $141.05
Market Cap 16.97B
PE Ratio 32.65
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 796,000
Day's Range 139.63 - 141.78
52-Week Range 88.68 - 148.59
Dividend & Yield 1.56 (1.11%)
EFX Stock Predictions, Articles, and Equifax News
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It seems like the bad news is behind Equifax, making EFX stock an attractive buy on any upcoming dips. Here's everything you should know.
Equifax reported its quarterly earnings results late today, bringing in a profit that topped Wall Street's guidance. EFX stock barely moved.
If you're a company or government entity, your choices are pretty limited: You can try to survive a ransomware attack...and deal with the fallout. The other option is to invest in cybersecurity NOW to protect your organization's data. No matter what, it's going to be pretty costly.
Just about every company will need to step up their cybersecurity, if they want to survive in this new world of data breaches and "dark web" hackers.
Amazon.com is offering another type of credit card to customers and Amazon stock will benefit in the end. Every little bit helps.
Equifax has launched a cloud-based service with FICO, but EQX stock remains below its levels of September, and is pricey at that.
The stock charts of MAT, KMB and EFX are set to end the trading week on the verge of rather big moves. Here are levels to watch.
Equifax is in better financial shape than it was before the breach happened, and has new leadership.
A former Equifax (EFX) has been charged with securities fraud after allegations of insider trading were made against him following the company's data breach.
EFX rightfully deserves whatever hate mail it's receiving, but that doesn’t mean Equifax stock is a bad investment.
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The data breach that hit Equifax (EFX) took a toll on the company's third quarter as net income fell by 30 cents per share year-over-year.
Equifax stock has snapped back like a rubber band recently. However, the rebound in EFX stock may still be in its early innings.
Some pros are saying Equifax stock could dish out a surprise rally. Here's how you can have your cake and eat it too with EFX stock.
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