Diageo plc (ADR)

NYSE: DEO
$204.60
+$1.60 (+0.8%)
Closing price January 19, 2022
In a significant market correction, all stocks may trend lower, but these five dividend-paying sin stocks will continue to see strong product demand and should hold up much better than momentum...
Friday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Altice USA, AppLovin, Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Broadcom, Ciena, Cloudflare, Denison Mines, Diageo, Eli Lilly, Rio Tinto and Southwest...
Wednesday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, Capital One, Decker's Outdoors, Diageo, DoorDash, Foot Locker, Krispy Kreme, MP Materials, Redbox Entertainment, Shift4...
These five sin stocks look like outstanding values now and may be just the ticket for worried investors not bothered by these industries. These stocks are all rated Buy and should hold up well in a...
24/7 Wall St. screened the top European Dividend Aristocrats looking for the most liquid and well-known names for investors seeking income and a degree of diversification away from the American...
Friday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Adobe, Devon Energy, Micron Technology and Nvidia.
Monday afternoon's analyst research calls were on Biogen, Ingersoll Rand, Peloton Interactive, Yeti and more.
Analyst upgrades and downgrades seen Friday afternoon were on Capital One, Diageo, Wells Fargo and more.
A market sell-off is probably coming, perhaps a fast and furious 10% or even 20% drop. Typically, sin stocks are able to hold their own when that happens, and BofA Securities has four that could be...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Amazon.com, Diageo, eBay, Etsy, Home Depot, MGIC Investment, Netflix, Sirius XM and Vir Biotechnology.
These so-called sin stocks look like outstanding values and should hold up reasonably well even in a protracted bear market.
These so-called sin stocks are all rated Buy at major Wall Street firms and should hold up well even in a protracted bear market.
If the industries don’t bother you, these stocks may have solid portfolio potential, as typically even if the economy and the stock market get rocky, they are able to hold their own.
As global demand for alcoholic beverages rises, Wall Street analysts expect to see solid to strong earnings growth from the biggest brewers and distributors over the next few years.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include AT&T, BlackRock, Broadcom, Diageo, Kinross Gold, United Rentals and Williams-Sonoma.