Manchester United PLC

NYSE: MANU
$15.33
-$0.18 (-1.2%)
Closing price February 26, 2024
Chemical industry billionaire Jim Ratcliffe has succeeded in his quest to acquire a stake in his hometown soccer club, Manchester United.
While neither of these companies have confirmed its earnings date, they command enough interest to deserve a look at what we might expect when they report. It could be as soon as Thursday afternoon.
There are two bidders remaining for the right to drop billions of dollars on a soccer team. Here's why.
Wednesday morning's report on the consumer price index likely will set the direction for stock traders. But there are some outliers.
A leading U.S. EV charging station operator and one of the U.K.'s most storied football (that's soccer to you) clubs report earnings before markets open on Thursday.
The big U.S. indexes traded lower in Friday's premarket, continuing the prior day's trend, and short-term bonds seem to be the place to be.
Equity markets closed higher on Wednesday, after getting off to a poor start. Premarket trading Thursday was a bit indecisive.
More AI-enabled search chatbots to compete with Google, and Manchester United may have found a buyer.
After U.S. markets close Thursday afternoon, these three firms will report quarterly results.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Express, BlackBerry, FedEx, Garmin, Manchester United, MGM Resorts, Nike, Omnicom, TransUnion and Warby Parker.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, Delta Air Lines, Emerson Electric, Kimco Realty, Peloton Interactive, Pinterest, Plug Power, Range Resources, Roku,...
Only a few companies are scheduled to report earnings this week. Here are three we think are worth a look.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday included Best Buy, Emerson Electric, Genpact, IBM, Lululemon Athletica, Manchester United, Sherwin-Williams and SCANA.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include DocuSign, Embraer, Goodyear Tire, Macy's, Micron, Raytheon and Smartsheet.
When Manchester United reported financial results for its fourth quarter and full fiscal year Tuesday, the results were not pretty.