Owens Corning Inc (OC)
$73.94 0.31 (0.41%)
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Market Cap 8.18B
PE Ratio 29.81
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 275,260
Day's Range 73.71 - 75.14
52-Week Range 28.56 - 76.60
Dividend & Yield 0.84 (1.14%)
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Owens Corning stock is down, but not out, after a rough 2018. In fact, it should stage a remarkable recovery going forward.
After a brutal post-earninsg sell off, OC stock should benefit from the hurricane Florence effect, which should boost homebuilding stocks.
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Owens Corning (OC) is a solid momentum stock that has a favorable Zacks Rank and is seeing solid earnings estimate revisions.
Owens Corning could be a great candidate for another earnings beat, and investors should consider adding OC stock to their portfolio
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Owens Corning (OC) stock is looking impressive right now and is a great candidate for value-oriented investors
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Consumer noncyclical stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Friday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.9%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks remained flat on Tuesday morning on Wall Street.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined 0.2% on Wall Street on Tuesday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined 0.6% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.7% on Wall Street on Friday.
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