Goldcorp, Inc. (USA)

-$0.23 (-2.0%)
Closing price April 17, 2019
Shareholders of gold miner Newmont have approved the company's $10 billion acquisition of Goldcorp. Barring any regulatory hitches, the deal is expected to close this quarter.
The brokerage firm Raymond James sees a mixed view of Newmont and Barrick after the deal in a report from March 12, 2019.
Investors should understand from the get-go that this gold merger would seem to be unlikely from a shareholder voting and regulatory stance. The reaction in the shares also seems to reflect some...
These four gold stocks make good sense for investors looking to add a hedge to their current equity holdings.
Monday's announcement of the $10 billion merger between gold mining giants Newmont and Goldcorp naturally leads to the question about what other firms may be on the block.
Gold mining giants Newmont and Goldcorp have agreed to a $10 billion merger that will create the world's largest gold mining firm.
These five stocks trading under the $10 level could provide investors with some solid upside potential. Plus, after the recent huge sell-offs, these stocks look even better now.
One thing to do now with the end of the year closing in is to take some gains and add a position in gold to help protect against a total market collapse. Gold remains a hard asset that people trust...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday included Goldcorp, Home Depot, JC Penney, Nvidia, PG&E, Qualcomm, Target, Taiwan Semiconductor, Weatherford and Yamana Gold.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday included GoldCorp, Gilead, GrubHub, Hilton Worldwide, KKR, Raymond James and Western Digital.
One way to always have a degree of protection is to own gold-mining stocks. And now could be an excellent time to buy some protection and add some gold into long-term growth portfolios.
Does Monday's announced merger between gold miners Barrick and Randgold presage a rush of consolidation and merger in an industry that has been reeling for a couple of years now?
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday include AMD, Alphabet,, Best Buy, Dollar General, Ferrari, Goldcorp, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Square and Tilray.
How on earth can analysts and investors maintain a positive view on gold miners? Is there still value in them even if the underlying commodity is in the toilet?
RBC remains generally positive on the gold-mining stocks as prices have held despite the rise in U.S. interest rates and gold is seen as a solid way to hedge against market volatility.