Kroger Co (KR)
$32.37 0.25 (0.78%)
19:59 EDT KR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $32.37
Market Cap 25.79B
PE Ratio 7.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.13M
Day's Range 32.07 - 32.58
52-Week Range 20.70 - 36.84
Dividend & Yield 0.99 (3.04%)
KR Stock Predictions, Articles, and Kroger Co News
- From InvestorPlace
- From the Web
With the markets printing red ink everywhere, food stocks to buy offer one of the few sane places to park your investing dollars.
KR stock has jumped higher this year for obvious reasons. But contrary to fears of a pullback, Kroger has more upside in the tank.
Under any other circumstance, sell in May and go away may be considered a sound strategy. In this crisis, though, you may want to keep these stocks to buy for the long haul.
Despite the horrendous Covid-19 crisis, not all retail stocks are suffering. In fact, these nine companies have embraced the challenge with new strategies to mitigate damage and to drive long-term growth.
A U.S. meat shortage is underway due to the novel coronavirus. As a result, some grocery stores are starting to limit meat purchases.
Some interesting tweets from Elon Musk rocked Tesla's stock price, while Macau gaming revenues are getting crushed in the stock market today.
The novel coronavirus outbreak accelerated retail sector trends towards online sales, but what comes next for the sector?
Aside from Kroger's blazing comp-store sales, a low valuation and attractive dividend also make KR stock attractive.
More than just a coronavirus play, Kroger has taken a leadership role within the business community. Here's why this can help lift KR stock.
KR stock will benefit by management's efforts to determine how the coronavirus pandemic will change long-term shopping patterns.
While the coronavirus will pass in time, Kroger is building up goodwill that will bolster its reputation long after this crisis has ended.
Consumers are generally spending less amid the coronavirus pandemic, but these 30 consumer stocks are actually stay-at-home winners.
During the novel coronavirus, workers on the front lines are getting pay raises. Here are 10 stocks to buy whose companies are stepping up.
KR stock has been one of the few stocks to rally in 2020. But shares are still cheap, and investors would do well to own an industry leader.
The high valuation of WMT stock and the likely declines of its sales growth next month make the shares unattractive at this point.
Who's hiring now? Plenty of Americans are asking this question as they deal with a lack of work thanks to the coronavirus from China.
The market recovery is coming along this week, with a 10% rally in major indexes, including more than 2,000 more points tacked on to the Dow. But you’ll still want to be careful about which stocks to buy.
While this may spell doom for some retail stocks, others can flourish. Here are three of the best ones to keep an eye on for now.
From Simply Wall St
Every investor in The Southern Company (NYSE:SO) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Generally speaking, as a company grows, institutions will increase their ownership. Conversely, insiders often<div><a class="permalink" href="https://simplywall.st/stocks/us/utilities/nyse-so/southern/news/what-type-of-shareholder-owns-the-southern-companys-nyseso/">Read More...</a></div>
Navellier RatingsPowered by Portfolio Grader