Kroger Co (KR)
$22.30 0.06 (0.27%)
8:12 EDT KR Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $22.24
Market Cap 17.77B
PE Ratio 5.39
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4,547
Day's Range 22.20 - 23.25
52-Week Range 22.20 - 32.74
Dividend & Yield 0.99 (4.42%)
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The S&P 500 and gold broke out to new highs on the day, while Netflix, General Electric and Kroger also made the list of top stock trades.
Kroger earnings were released today, which were stronger than what analysts called for in the revenue and earnings front, yet KR stock fell.
Recent reports say that Kroger will start selling CBD products at almost 1,000 of its stores. Will it be enough to boost Kroger stock?
Kroger stock is keeping up in the online grocery arms race but KR isn't making a big deal out of it, so its stock is no big deal.
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They're only threats for the time being, but should they become a reality, look for these names to suffer from a border closure.
Amazon is about cash flow and growth, and it is losing patience with the pace of growth at Whole Foods. Once Amazon expands its footprint, Kroger will have a lot of trouble bringing customers through the door.
Kroger stock has been a dog, but its growth, valuation and dividend aren't enough to rescue as its stock flirts with a further breakdown.
Kroger stock dropped big after reporting disappointing Q4 numbers, but this sell-off is an opportunity to buy the dip in a solid stock.
A ground turkey recall 2019 list has several brands across the U.S. possibly being infected with salmonella schwarzengrund.
These grocery stocks trade at a discounted multiple yet offer growth potential that should benefit investors despite heavy competition.
The foray into grocery stores won't directly boost Amazon stock, but indirectly, it's another hook into consumers' daily lives.
Kroger stock plunged following fourth-quarter results that came up short of expectations, but there's still some hope on the horizon.
The Kroger earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2018 has KR stock falling hard on Thursday with an EPS and revenue miss.
The Kroger earnings preview suggests that the chain's profit will fall year-over-year, while comps are expected to grow 1.8% for the quarter.
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