Prospect Capital Corp 6.25% Notes Due 202 (PBY)
$25.44 0.44 (1.76%)
19:00 EDT PBY Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $25.44
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5,200
Day's Range 25.17 - 25.44
52-Week Range 11.69 - 26.77
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Why Pep Boys-Manny Moe and Jack (PBY), Willis Group Holdings PLC (WSH) and Triumph Group Inc (TGI) are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks
Firming oil and commodity prices, along with favorable economic reports lifted stocks today, and Pep Boys, Willis Group and Triumph Group were among the best.
Hertz stock was up on Wednesday following news that investor Carl Icahn, head of Icahn Enterprises, increased his stake in the company.
Why Pep Boys-Manny Moe and Jack (PBY), Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. (PNY) and Ctrip.com International, Ltd. (ADR) (CTRP) Are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks
Markets were mediocre today, but Pep Boys, Piedmont Natural Gas, and Ctrip.com were all significantly higher.
These six cream-of-the-crop consumer stocks cover a wide variety of products. They shouldn't slow down, even if the economy does.
Auto parts stocks like AZO might get a boost from an increase in vehicle recalls, but not all will benefit. Here are two to drive and two to ditch.
Priceline earnings have a long history of exceeding Wall Street estimates by a wide margin. A similar beat Thursday would be just the thing to get PCLN stock moving.
With 17 new stores in California, Pep Boys is growing in a way that its competitors aren't -- creating a good opportunity to buy call options.
A new study shows why now is the best time to own a car. Here are a few stocks that could benefit from this golden age of car ownership.
Does slow and steady win the race? If you ask AutoZone shareholders, they'd nod to the affirmative. But that's in the past. Can AZO keep it up?
Pep Boys announced that it will begin repurchasing up to $50 million of its common shares immediately.
A run in homebuilders caused by strong TOL earnings and a jump in housing prices fizzled out by Tuesday's end.
Automakers are loving life as more Americans opt to finally replace their old cars ... but auto parts retailers are singing a bluer tune.
The S&P 500 managed to hold onto a fifth straight day of gains, while the Dow dropped off. However, news on the earnings front leaned mostly to the down side.
From Talk Markets