GameStop Corp (GME)
$10.38 0.18 (1.70%)
13:20 EDT GME Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $10.56
Market Cap 1.06B
PE Ratio 259.50
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.13M
Day's Range 10.06 - 10.86
52-Week Range 2.57 - 11.17
Dividend & Yield 1.52 (14.64%)
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GameStop stock is looking to make a major comeback through the help of Ryan Cohen and an e-commerce turnaround plan.
Adobe, General Electric, Boeing, the gold ETF and GameStop were our top stock trades for Thursday. Let's have a look at the charts.
GameStop (GME) earnings for the video game retail company's second quarter of 2020 have GME stock falling after-hours Wednesday.
GameStop (GME) is in the news Monday after revealing that Chewy co-founder Ryan Cohen has taken out a significant stake in the company.
Nvidia, Alibaba, Plug Power and GameStop were our top stock trades for Monday. That said, let's look at the charts to see what might be next.
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Retail stocks were struggling before the coronavirus shut brick-and-mortar locations. Now these retailers are struggling to avoid bankruptcy.
Not all investment sectors floundered because of the coronavirus, as many gaming stocks demonstrated. Here are ten companies in particular that look interesting in the new normal.
GameStop (GME) earnings for the video game retailer's fiscal first quarter of 2020 have GME stock heading lower after-hours Tuesday.
The coronavirus has likely turned most investors off of GameStop, but upcoming Q1 earnings represent a potential catalyst for GME stock.
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GameStop (GME) earnings for the video game retail company's fiscal fourth quarter of 2019 have GME stock soaring higher after-hours Thursday.
GameStop (GME) news for Friday concerning its poor business practices during the coronavirus spread have GME stock taking a beating.
GameStop (GME) earnings for the video game retailer's third quarter of the year have GME stock taking a beating on Tuesday.
The video game industry for the most part slogged through a transitioning year in 2019. However, with attractive Black Friday deals on the table, this may be the time to consider video game stocks.
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