$6.62 0.38 (6.09%)
19:59 EDT M Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $6.62
Market Cap 2.03B
PE Ratio 1.27
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 25.36M
Day's Range 6.15 - 6.69
52-Week Range 4.38 - 20.75
Dividend & Yield 1.51 (22.78%)
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Every stock is carrying a degree of risk right now, by these 7 risky stocks are even more dangerous for investors right now.
Even as the outbreak enters the rearview mirror, Macy's stock will continue to struggle. The reason? An outdated business model and bloated cost structure.
With so much red ink in the markets, it’s tempting to buy the discount at will. However, these 30 stocks to sell are especially at risk for further declines.
Macy’s stock has enjoyed some big percentage gains off its lows due to positive economic data. But don’t let the improved sentiment fool you -- this is still a troubled name.
The consumer spending recovery is underway, and that's great news for these 7 beaten-up apparel stocks to buy on the dip.
The U.S. economy is reopening and consumer spending is rebounding. Here are seven retail stocks to buy to profit from this growing trend.
Macy's stock is slowly coming back to life after being crushed due to the coronavirus. But it isn't time to buy M stock quite yet.
Macy's stock plunged on the idea that the world would never be normal again after Covid-19. But the world is already normalizing today.
Macy’s stock posted a record 19.6% gain on Wednesday, but the department store chain still faces huge challenges.
The coronavirus pandemic has made them cheap, but these stocks to sell are in trouble and have no place in your portfolio.
JPMorgan, Bank of America, Spirit Airlines, Macy's and Carnival Cruise are our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, let's look at the charts.
General Electric, Nvidia, Aurora Cannabis and Macy's were our top stock trades for Monday. That said, let's have a look at the charts now.
Buying Macy’s stock only invites trouble. Even if the former icon among department stores survives, its business model is painfully irrelevant.
Friday's big stock charts feature names that just might survive the retail-pocalypse.
Jobless claims top 30 million, while stocks struggle despite strong earnings from Big Tech. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
By Thomas Niel
Add in current and future challenges from coronavirus, and M stock could fall to even lower prices. Bottom line: it's best to sit this one out.
Facebook makes its biggest investment ever, while volatility continues in the oil market. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Back in 2015, Macy’s stock endured a cataclysmic drop due to an inventory spike and an international tourism slowdown. Sadly, it’s the same story in 2020 but on a much larger scale.
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