|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 3100|
|Day's range||30.16 - 30.68|
|52-week range||30.16 - 102.34|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.38|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.20|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.84 (4.19%)|
|1y target est||43.38|
A judge has denied the DuPont Co.'s request to approve an appeal to Delaware's Supreme Court of an order directing the unsealing of a complaint filed against the company by chemical manufacturer Chemours. Friday's ruling involves a lawsuit filed last month by Chemours relating to its 2015 spinoff from DuPont. After filing the complaint under seal, Chemours failed to comply with a court rule requiring the filing of a redacted, public version within three days.
Seven chemicals analysts from large Wall Street brokerages have relaunched coverage of DuPont in the past few days with most bullish on the stock following its split from DowDuPont.
Shares of agricultural input company Corteva stumbled out of the gate on its first day as a new stand-alone company. But Corteva CEO Jim Collins said he isn’t worried.
The DuPont company began making gunpowder more than two centuries ago on the banks of the Brandywine River in northern Delaware. The spin-off was part of a corporate restructuring envisioned in DuPont's 2015 merger with Dow Chemical.
With the completion of the DowDuPont split at hand, there are more than a few things to know about one of the most complicated transactions in history.
DuPont Performance Building Solutions rolls out a new, more robust offering that helps architects build more easily, no matter how and where they choose to build.
Farming is cyclical, and the agriculture business is uncorrelated with the broader economy. That makes a new agriculture play coming to the stock market all the more intriguing.
A Delaware judge has ordered the unsealing of a complaint filed by chemical manufacturer Chemours against the DuPont Co., which spun off Chemours in 2015, and chastised attorneys for the secrecy surrounding the dispute. Chemours then failed to comply with a court rule requiring the filing of a redacted, public version of the complaint within three days. The redacted version of the 64-page complaint — which was filed shortly after The Associated Press pointed out the expiration of the deadline and asked the court to unseal the filing — is almost entirely blacked out.
DowDuPont stock dropped 17% through last week since the company reported earnings. DowDuPont’s performance is an outlier in the industry, too. The reason is more complicated than you might think.
DowDuPont’s agricultural business, due to be separated on June 1, acknowledges times have been tough in farming lately, but it sees better days ahead. How Corteva stock might trade remains a mystery.
Corteva, the agricultural business of (DWDP) that will begin trading on stock exchanges in a few days, has already won over at least one Wall Street analyst. Nomura analyst Aleksey Yefremov thinks Corteva management did a good job explaining the company’s pathway to higher profits in coming years. The era of the chemical megacompany DowDuPont (ticker: DWDP) is nearly at an end.
Corteva is the combination of two legacy agricultural franchises. The new company met with analysts in Iowa to try to help investors answer the question: What is it worth?
Corteva, the combined agricultural divisions of Dow and DuPont, will meet with analysts and investors in Iowa ahead of its spinoff at the beginning of June.
DowDuPont shares have plummeted 12% since the company reported earnings. Based on Wall Street reports, it is difficult to figure out why. Barron’s thinks we know: It was spinoff hype.