UnitedHealth Group (UNH)
$289.01 9.35 (3.13%)
11:17 EDT UNH Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $298.41
Market Cap 277.73B
PE Ratio 25.44
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.06M
Day's Range 288.08 - 298.55
52-Week Range 187.72 - 315.84
Dividend & Yield 3.30 (1.14%)
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Walmart, Facebook, Shopify and UnitedHealth were our top stock trades. That said, here's what the charts look like as we head into Wednesday.
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Though coronavirus-driven health concerns may briefly drive UNH stock, the weakening economy could put a damper on this thesis.
Headline risk figured prominently into investor calculus today, but losses were small and the Dow Jones Industrial Average eked out a gain.
As the world and the markets continue to grapple with the effects of the novel coronavirus outbreak, these innovative healthcare stocks to buy look poised for success.
One of the big themes emerging due to the novel coronavirus outbreak is the impact the virus is having on economic data and how equity markets are reacting to that news. As Wednesday's market action suggests, poor economic data is likely to be met with ugly stock market response.
UnitedHealth (UNH) earnings for the healthcare company's first quarter of 2020 have UNH stock heading higher on Wednesday.
With first-quarter earnings season kicking off in force Tuesday, the major equity benchmarks rallied anew even as the reports from Dow components were mixed, indicating market participants are focusing more intently on signs that the novel coronavirus is starting to ease.
Following a disappointing end to Tuesday's session, stocks rallied anew on Wednesday amid talk the White House is in talks about reopening the shuttered U.S. economy as the number of coronavirus cases plateaus.
March jobs data was bad, indicating the April and May reports could be worse, putting pressure on stocks to close the week.
Though it may be temporary and hopefully it will be, some economists are forecasting a spike in the unemployment rate to 20% or higher. Mere speculation of that happening could be enough for the White House to push another round of stimulus.
There was broad-based strength in equities on Thursday even as weekly jobless claims spiked to more quadruple the prior record.
It wasn't a precise replay of Tuesday, but the Dow notched a decent Wednesday gain with large contributions from Boeing and Nike.
Equities continued trending lower even after the White House it will step up with $50 billion in loans to the imperiled airline industry and that a $60 billion (at least) is being considered for Boeing. President Trump, now fighting for his electoral life, called the ailing airline industry the number one priority for federal aid stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
After Wednesday's declines, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is essentially in a bear market, but sellers don't have a reason to give up yet.
Healthcare got a positive prognosis on Super Tuesday, helping stocks to big gains on Wednesday as investors absorbed global rate cut news.
Amid plunging markets, Wednesday's big stock charts focus on Dow Jones components with hopes of stabilizing.
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