Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
$147.86 1.41 (0.94%)
11:52 EST JNJ Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $149.27
Market Cap 396.58B
PE Ratio 321.43
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.14M
Day's Range 146.00 - 148.38
52-Week Range 125.00 - 150.17
Dividend & Yield 3.48 (2.35%)
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Some positive trade news helped stocks rally on Wednesday with the Dow Jones receiving broad support today from marquee holdings.
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The boost Johnson and Johnson gets from a reduced payout in Oklahoma will prove temporary as JNJ faces many more judgments.
Johnson&Johnson stock could be just what the doctor ordered for long-term portfolios if the stock market becomes more volatile.
Fed speak may have been the culprit behind the tepid reaction to the rate cut news by equities today. In its statement, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) didn't say anything about acting “as appropriate to sustain the expansion,” which some market participants took to mean that after today's cut, the central bank will be on hold for the foreseeable future.
The Federal Reserve again cut interest rates again by 25 basis points. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
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