Vector Group Ltd (VGR)
$10.44 0.21 (2.05%)
13:06 EDT VGR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $10.23
Market Cap 1.40B
PE Ratio 15.58
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 383,410
Day's Range 10.06 - 10.46
52-Week Range 7.92 - 14.42
Dividend & Yield 1.60 (15.33%)
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Consumer noncyclical stocks finished flat today on Wall Street.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined 0.6% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.7% on Wall Street on Friday.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 1.6%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.4%.
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Consumer noncyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street on Thursday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.7%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined 0.3% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 1.1%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Friday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.6%.
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From Seeking Alpha
Software names continue to trade down from last week's Alteryx (AYX -7.9%) and Fortinet (FTNT -2.4%) earnings reports, which included a weak full-year forecast and soft Q2 billings, respectively.On deck after the bell are reports from Qualys (QLYS -5.6%) and Cornerstone OnDemand.The iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (BATS:IGV) is down 1.5% compared to the 0.1% decline for the broader tech sector.Other top decliners include Slack (WORK -2.6%), DocuSign (DOCU -2.1%), and Splunk (SPLK -1.2%).Now check out the earnings surprise histories of Qualys and Cornerstone.The iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF has slightly lagged behind the tech sector in the past year, while both raced ahead of the S&P 500.
From Seeking Alpha
Earnings reports from Datadog, Alteryx, and Fortinet have software stocks in the red today.The S&P 500 Information Technology Index is down 2.1%, roughly in-line with the tech sector (NYSEARCA:XLK) but underperforming the 0.5% drop for the S&P 500.Top decliners include Coupa Software, (COUP -8.3%), MongoDB (MDB -8.1%), DocuSign (DOCU -6.7%), and Splunk (SPLK -6.5%).Datadog reported Q2 beats with a raised outlook but investors were likely looking for more upside to justify the YTD rally.Alteryx shares crashed after a downside full-year revenue forecast.Fortinet dipped on soft Q2 billings.The iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (BATS:IGV) has lagged closely behind the sector in the past year and far outperformed the S&P 500:
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