Waste Management (WM)
$111.47 0.13 (0.12%)
19:51 EDT WM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $111.47
Market Cap 48.08B
PE Ratio 23.97
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.06M
Day's Range 110.65 - 112.05
52-Week Range 85.34 - 126.79
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (1.63%)
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Waste Management news about the company's plan to acquire Advanced Disposal (ADSW) for $3.00 billion has WM stock up on Monday.
In the latest Waste Management news, the Texas-based company's stock fell as much as 5% Thursday as Stifel analysts downgraded WM today.
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Shares of Waste Management are currently wedged between two well-defined technical areas. Active investors can look to place trades here as WM stock looks ready to move downward.
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3 Stocks to Watch on Thursday: KB Home (KBH), Progress Software Corporation (PRGS) and Waste Management, Inc. (WM)
KB Home (KBH) earnings were 7c ahead of estimates, Progress Software's (PRGS) revenue impressed and Waste Management (WM) will offer bonuses.
Waste Management, Inc. (WM) appears to be a solid investment proposition at the moment. Let's took a look at some key WM metrics
Waste Management (WM) has devised an extremely effective process for turning the world's trash into multiple streams of revenue.
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