Whirlpool Corp (WHR)
$147.57 2.66 (1.84%)
18:29 EST WHR Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $147.57
Market Cap 10.45B
PE Ratio 36.98
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 661,600
Day's Range 146.35 - 148.76
52-Week Range 99.40 - 163.64
Dividend & Yield 4.55 (3.08%)
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As U.S.-China trade war tensions continue to rise, these mid-cap companies are dividend stocks to buy because they offer investors the best of both worlds.
Tuesday's big stock charts highlight 3 names that could signal where various parts of this rising market are heading.
This morning, I'm recommending a bullish trade on the Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR), the home appliances company.
A Whirlpool Cooktop recall 2019 is in effect due to a problem with how the appliances operate that could result in property damage or injury.
Whirlpool (WHR) reported quarterly earnings figures late Monday, amassing a profit and revenue that are better than Wall Street projected.
WHR stock has traded in a well-defined range since February and recently arrived at the lower end of its range where a buy trade in Whirlpool is setting up.
Whirlpool reported its first-quarter results, which included earnings that were stronger than what Wall Street called for, lifting WHR stock.
These 15 stocks have had a rough go of it in 2018, but it's time to put them on your stocks to buy list for 2019.
Hanesbrands, Apple and Carter's are just some of the cheap consumer stocks you may want to mull in this uncertain market environment.
Bears have sunk their teeth into today's trio. These low-risk trade setups offer large potential rewards for short selling.
The earnings report for Whirlpool led to a huge selloff in WHR stock, but this also creates an excellent buying opportunity.
After a couple of decades, it would seem that the idea of free trade or cooperative trade would be an accepted global practice. And then Donald Trump was electe....
Republicans in 30 states will have to answer to constituents soon enough as to why their biggest trading partner is being unfairly targeted by the White House with tariffs that are potentially illegal and will hurt American and Canadian consumers alike.
Whirlpool Corporation (WHR) shares are up nearly 3% Monday as the company received an upgrade from Credit Suisse. Here's why analysts are bullish on the stock.
Whirlpool hasn’t traded this low since February 2016. Is WHR stock ready to rebound, or is it heading even lower?
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