Coca-Cola Company (KO)
$44.82 0.14 (0.31%)
19:58 EDT KO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $44.82
Market Cap 190.72B
PE Ratio 144.58
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.32M
Day's Range 44.71 - 45.53
52-Week Range 36.27 - 60.13
Dividend & Yield 1.54 (3.44%)
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Stocks stumbled again Tuesday as the ongoing decline in the oil pitch, coupled with fears a new coronavirus stimulus package will prove inadequate in bolstering the economy, served confirmation that a recession is setting in.
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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.
Coca-Cola’s (NYSE:KO) slight push higher gives us an excellent opportunity to sell a covered call against the stock.
Comments from President Trump that he would like to see the U.S. economy reopened by Easter, which is April 12, contributed to the ebullience on Wall Street, though that forecast for business as usual may prove to be optimistic.
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People may be less willing to travel these days for fear of being exposed to COVID-19, but they are no less willing to crack open an ice-cold Coca-Cola as they try carry on with their daily lives.
It was a miserable end to the week for equities as investors ditched riskier assets for safe-haven fare, such as the dollar and gold. Yes, that's correct. Despite the U.S. Dollar Index popping today, dollar-denominated gold closed at multi-year highs while stocks tumbled.
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