3M Co (MMM)
$171.00 0.16 (0.09%)
6:03 EST MMM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $170.84
Market Cap 101.52B
PE Ratio 25.33
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2,043
Day's Range 170.84 - 170.84
52-Week Range 150.58 - 219.75
Dividend & Yield 5.26 (3.07%)
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Earnings captured the attention of the stock market today. Tesla reported a big surprise and Twitter took a beating.
Weakness in 3M plagued the Dow Jones today as the stock was the latest cyclical name to offer up gloomy guidance.
3M (MMM) earnings for the American consumer goods company's third quarter of 2019 have MMM stock down Thursday on a guidance update.
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Stocks were hampered by September retail sales data, but the losses were small and the consumer still looks sturdy.
Assuming those reports are accurate, that could stall the talks before they really get going because President Trump has previously displayed an “all or nothing” attitude on dealing with China, meaning investors' sense of the matter is that the president wants big action on trade with the world's second-largest economy or that the talks could be scuttled.
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Shares of 3M stock have been impacted by the tariffs and bearish analyst sentiment, but the future looks better than analysts are predicting.
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