|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||48.16 - 48.90|
|52 Week Range||39.97 - 51.52|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.52|
|Earnings Date||Jan 15, 2018 - Jan 19, 2018|
|Dividend & Yield||1.00 (1.95%)|
|1y Target Est||52.42|
The new accusations, leveled by several pension funds and wealthy individual investors, are contained in an expanded class-action suit originally filed in July 2015 — and include an unusual twist: Some ...
Apple shares could trade between $210 and $230 over the next year, GBH Insights analyst Daniel Ives said in a note.
Yves Mersch, a board member at the European Central Bank, told CNBC that the central bank will be gradual with its return to normal monetary policy.
Automation was just one of the "evolutions" taking place in the financial sector, the chief executive of Morgan Stanley said.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman said anybody who thinks bitcoin will be stable is "deluding themselves."
U.S. corporate taxes within the 20 percent range would be a plus for the economy, Morgan Stanley chairman and CEO James Gorman told CNBC on Thursday.
U.S. buyout fund Cerberus [CBS.UL] has taken a 3 percent stake in Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE), Germany's flagship lender said on Wednesday, making the fund one of its largest shareholders. The private equity investor also built a 5 percent stake in Germany's second-largest listed bank, Commerzbank (:CBKG.DE), in July. Cerberus's combined purchases in Germany's top two lenders, valued at 1.7 billion euros ($2.0 billion), are adding fuel to speculation of a merger between the two.
Conagra introduced a number of new frozen foods this year that aim to match today's trends. Nielsen data shows gains over the last year.
Morgan Stanley today announced that Brighterion, Inc., a Mastercard company providing innovative artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, has been honored with the inaugural Morgan Stanley Fintech Award at its annual Fintech Summit in New York.
The common assumption that U.S. shale will rush in to cover any crude oil shortages created by an OPEC extension is far from certain
China will raise foreign ownership limits in financial firms in a step granting access to a tantalizing multi-trillion dollar financial services market, as the world's second-biggest economy seeks to position itself as a major global finance hub. The move, announced on Friday by vice finance minister Zhu Guangyao, comes a day after U.S. President Donald Trump reiterated calls for better access to Chinese markets in meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Xi is driving broad economic reforms by opening up China’s capital markets, internationalizing the yuan currency, and seeking technical know-how through the pursuit of massive inbound and outbound investments.
A new era is dawning in space and NASA, despite decades of tight budgets, is aiming to remain the industry's leader.
Thursday's market sell-off pressured many top stocks, with Netflix, Apple-supplier Skyworks, Monster Beverage, Morgan Stanley and Splunk testing buy points.
Seems not a day goes by without some Wall Street VIP or financial luminary deciding it’s time for them to weigh in on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Here’s a roundup of the latest high-profile statements....
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management today announced the latest enhancement of its cash management offering with a person-to-person payments service called Morgan Stanley Send Money with Zelle®.
President Donald Trump made a high-profile pitch for Saudi Aramco to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
Ahead of Morgan Stanley’s exit from the Broker Protocol, nine teams managing over $6 billion left the firm Wednesday and Thursday, On Wall Street reports. The brokers, who include Colleen O’Callaghan, who managed $2.8 billion in New York City, went to J.P. Morgan Securities, Stifel and RBC Wealth Management. “It is safe to say that advisors of this caliber had already made the decision to depart, but likely accelerated that decision because of Morgan Stanley decision on Monday to leave the protocol,” recruiter Danny Sarch tells the publication.
Morgan Stanley’s announcement on Monday that it was leaving the broker recruitment protocol left precious little time for its employees to react, writes Wealth Management. Sharron Ash, chief litigation attorney at Hamburger Law Firm, which helps wirehouse brokers join or set up independent practices, voiced displeasure with the law firm that administers the broker protocol. “Ash suspects the law firm [Bressler, Amery & Ross] withheld information about Morgan Stanley’s withdrawal to limit the timeframe advisors and recruiters had to react to the news,” Wealth Management writes.
More than $2 billion in private investment has flowed into space industry companies this year, with 59 firms contributing capital.
It appears that Morgan Stanley’s withdrawal from the broker recruitment protocol could mark the beginning of the end for the agreement. Stifel CEO Ron Kruszewski predicted on a Monday earnings call that the protocol “will unravel” in the wake of Morgan Stanley’s announcement, On Wall Street reports. The environment prior to the protocol “was much more litigious,” attorney Tom Lewis, with Stevens & Lee, tells On Wall Street.