Prudential Financial (PRU)
$88.57 0.80 (0.90%)
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Market Cap 37.20B
PE Ratio 4.95
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.70M
Day's Range 86.41 - 89.83
52-Week Range 38.62 - 91.61
Dividend & Yield 4.60 (5.19%)
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Financial stocks declined 0.5% on Wall Street today.
Financial stocks remained flat so far on Wednesday on Wall Street.
Financial stocks rose 0.1% on Wall Street today.
Financial stocks rose 0.3% on Wall Street today.
Financial stocks declined on Wall Street on Wednesday, down 0.2%. NYSE:OCN, NYSE:NBG, NYSE:OZM, NYSE:NTG, NYSE:PHH, NYSE:ORI, NYSE:CSH, NYSE:FAF, NYSE:DFS, NASDAQ:CG, NYSE:AMG, NYSE:LNC, NASDAQ:MKTX, NASDAQ:SIGI, NASDAQ:ANAT, NASDAQ:CVBF, NYSE:FRC, NYSE:PRU, NYSE:BXS, NASDAQ:LPLA
Financial stocks finished down 1.1% on Wall Street today. NASDAQ:BNCL, NYSE:PHH, NYSE:OCN, NASDAQ:NWBI, NASDAQ:ASPS, NYSE:CIT, NASDAQ:ESGR, NASDAQ:UMPQ, NASDAQ:IBKC, NYSE:FBP, NYSE:BFR, NYSE:AB, NASDAQ:VRTS, NASDAQ:ECPG, NYSE:IBN, NASDAQ:CACC, NYSE:KKR, NYSE:MBI, NYSE:PRU, NYSE:SMFG
Financial stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Thursday morning, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.5%. NYSE:NSM, NYSE:BCS, NYSE:AGO, NYSE:PL, NYSE:PRU, NYSE:OCN, NYSE:HNT, NYSE:FBP, NASDAQ:FNGN, NYSE:MTG, NYSE:PHH, NYSE:NLY, NYSE:ICE, NYSE:OAK, NYSE:RATE, NYSE:AB, NASDAQ:ACAS, NYSE:NBG, NASDAQ:FSC
When it comes to CEO compensation, corporations continue to overpay despite say-on-pay initiatives. Here are five wildly overpaid CEOs.
The Federal Reserve has issued a list of 15 firms that require additional fed oversight due to their heightened systemic risks.
Financial stocks finished down on Wall Street today, down 1.5%. NASDAQ:CFFN, NYSE:BFR, NYSE:BMO, NYSE:BTZ, NYSE:CM, NYSE:DNP, AMEX:GGN, NYSE:BBVA, NYSE:OB, NASDAQ:SCBT, NASDAQ:CG, NASDAQ:CME, NASDAQ:FNGN, NASDAQ:CBOE, NYSE:LM, NYSE:PRU, NYSE:AMP, NYSE:WDR, NASDAQ:TCBI, NASDAQ:SEIC
Retailers will be releasing quarterly earnings over the next few weeks, and its been a tough one for the sector. Here's what investors need to know
This week, five insurance stocks are improving their overall ratings on Portfolio Grader. Each of these stocks is rated an "A" ("strong buy") or "B" overall ("buy").
Last week's market drop caused concern among investors; there is no need to panic, and I'll start you off with stocks to buy on the pullback
Financial stocks have performed very well during periods of rising bond yields thus far in 2013. What does this tell us about financials' 2014 outlook?
ADP raises its dividend for a 39th consecutive year, and is just one of 10 companies raising dividends for the week of November 11.
For a well-balanced portfolio, investors should invest in dividend-growth stocks. These insurance companies are great candidates.
These stocks need subscriber growth and higher interest rates -- and those are nowhere to be found. I'd avoid this industry amid looming earnings.
President Obama has proposed setting a cap for IRA and 401k reductions as part of his budget. The idea punishes those earnestly saving for retirement
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