Goldman Sachs Group (GS)
$208.39 3.74 (1.76%)
19:59 EDT GS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $208.39
Market Cap 78.71B
PE Ratio 19.28
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.22M
Day's Range 207.69 - 212.20
52-Week Range 130.85 - 250.46
Dividend & Yield 3.10 (1.49%)
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The financial sector is starting to show signs of life, so buy bank stocks for a big recovery over the next 6-plus months.
Bank stocks are gaining investors' attention after the group largely reported earnings this week. Here's what you should consider moving forward.
Although banks were hit hard as the coronavirus took its toll on the nation, these three bank stocks are definitely worth a look.
U.S. bank stocks are a buy here, because of an improving economic outlook, and GS stock is no exception to the trend.
Goldman Sachs earnings have GS stock up on Wednesday after it reported strong figures and beat Wall Street's revenue and EPS estimates.
Financial stocks are kicking off the Q2 earnings season, and any positive surprise could send these five top names soaring to new heights.
In 2008, banks were part of the problem. Today, they will be part of the solution, meaning now is a good time to look for bank stocks to buy.
Bank of America should bounce bank, along with other financials, as the economy recovers. Here's how BAC stock stacks up against its peers.
Stocks rallied to close the week, again showing resilience in the face of troubling economic data. An extension of the oil rebound and more positive reopening also provided some ballast to equities.
Investors don’t need to go into cash, but multiple signs to sell stocks and lock in profits are appearing on price charts today.
Dr. Fauci advised against a hasty reopening of the U.S. economy and investors appeared to be spooked as stocks sank into the close.
Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, UnitedHealth Group and Roku were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, here's a look at the charts.
Shopify, Virgin Galactic, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson and Goldman Sachs were our top stock trades for Wednesday.
With first-quarter earnings season kicking off in force Tuesday, the major equity benchmarks rallied anew even as the reports from Dow components were mixed, indicating market participants are focusing more intently on signs that the novel coronavirus is starting to ease.
With the economy in turmoil, bank earnings are a huge wild card. Here are seven key bank earnings reports to watch this week.
For better or worse -- likely the latter -- first-quarter earnings season gets going this week and that may be one impetus behind broader market declines on Monday.
Thursday's big stock charts feature names that outperformed during a major market surge.
A new quarter begins, but it's the same old song for riskier assets as stocks tumbled, prompting concerns Q2 will be another rough patch.
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