|Bid||39.00 x 2200|
|Ask||39.00 x 800|
|Day's range||38.62 - 39.29|
|52-week range||32.88 - 48.37|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.12|
|PE ratio (TTM)||23.67|
|Earnings date||2 May 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.52 (2.85%)|
|1y target est||45.25|
Tapping into this national mood, some policy makers have proposed stronger antitrust enforcement, breaking up big tech companies, and applying closer scrutiny to M&A deals. Normally, businesses in the same industry compete with each other in order to maximize their own market share. If one of these firms cuts prices and increases its market share at its rivals’ expense, any resultant gain for the firm’s stockholders will be roughly matched by the losses at the competing firms that the stockholder also holds.
Another day, another Dow stock upgrade. Analysts continue to prefer Dow shares to DowDuPont stock, even though both face macroeconomic risks.
Most Wall Street analysts updating their ratings and financial models following the DowDuPont split tend to favor the new Dow stock over DowDuPont.
Wall Street analysts mostly love the new Dow stock. That’s what makes a new call by a JPMorgan analyst so interesting.
The index notched up another week of gains riding on optimism over the increasing likelihood of a U.S.-China trade deal.
DowDuPont is undertaking a reverse stock split to prepare for the final stage of its epic transformation—the Corteva spinoff.
Commodity chemical giant (DOW) which began trading Tuesday, is now separated from specialty chemical giant (DWDP) On Wednesday, more analysts have weighed in with ratings on the new Dow shares. Several Wall Street chemical analysts updated numbers and ratings on Tuesday for both Dow (ticker: DOW) and DowDuPont (DWDP). The verdict, based on these reports: The Street prefers Dow over DowDuPont.
Wall Street is updating numbers for DowDuPont and Dow shares now that Dow is an independent company again. Analysts seem to prefer Dow and its higher dividend yield.
Lyft stock traded below its IPO price on Monday and headed lower again Tuesday after Seaport began coverage with a Sell rating. Analysts are more bullish on Dow, which began life as a separate, publicly traded chemical company. And the FAA had news about Boeing.
Formed by the 2017 merger of Dow Chemical and E.I. du Pont de Nemours, the company, which has a $118 billion market value, is now about to embark on a long-anticipated breakup. “People think the merger hasn’t worked,” says David Marcus, the chief investment officer of Evermore Global Advisors, whose largest holding is DowDuPont. The new Dow is enticing because it is expected to carry a dividend yield of more than 5%—one of the highest among major companies in the basic materials sector.
DowDuPont™ (DWDP) today provided an update to its previously stated modeling guidance for the first quarter of 2019, as a result of near-term trends and discrete headwinds in some of its key value chains in the Agriculture and Materials Science divisions.
In recognition of its inclusive workplace, Dow has been named by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation as a 2019 “Best Place to Work” for LGBTQ+ equality. This marks the Company’s 14th consecutive year receiving a perfect score on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index, a national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to LGBTQ+ employees. “This recognition reaffirms our longstanding commitment to driving a diverse workplace where everyone can bring their whole selves to work every day,” said Jim Fitterling, chief executive officer of Dow.