GameStop Corp (GME)
$4.54 0.05 (1.20%)
12:01 EST GME Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $4.59
Market Cap 461.98M
PE Ratio 113.38
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.37M
Day's Range 4.46 - 4.61
52-Week Range 3.15 - 16.06
Dividend & Yield 1.52 (33.52%)
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GameStop (GME) earnings for the video game retailer's third quarter of the year have GME stock taking a beating on Tuesday.
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Value is back in favor, and as it has come back in favor, these beaten-up value stocks have soared higher over the past month.
As GameStop stock continues to fall, investors wonder if the retailer will commit to a new course or continue on its current troubled path.
Apple and small-cap stocks led U.S. equities higher on Wednesday. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
GME will release its second-quarter earnings report today after the market closes. Here's what you need to know about GME stock.
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Famed investment advisor Michael Burry from “The Big Short” fame has now backed GameStop stock. But can lighting really strike twice in this high-stakes call?
Gamestop stock saw huge unusual call buying after a bullish call from the Big Short Fund manager Michael Burry. Get your game on with GME.
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