Mattel

NASDAQ: MAT
$11.69
+$0.05 (+0.4%)
Closing price August 13, 2020
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These five well-known blue-chip companies are likely to survive the current troubles and could very well offer patient investors some huge returns over the next year or so.
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Two of the biggest names in the toy business are reporting quarterly results this week, and analysts are checking to see if China may play into these results.
It's a wonder that more Baby Yoda merchandise was not made ready ahead of the holidays. But the company will be fine, and its shareholders have much to be optimistic about.
Mattel posted much better than expected earnings. The owner of Barbie has proven that it can return to its spot as a major toymaker.
Barbie sales have been choppy for the past several years, but as Barbie turns 60 years old, her sales have surged, pulling Mattel from a sharp spin downward.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the February 15 and February 28 settlement dates, those sellers were focused on a couple of their favorites.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the January 31 and February 15 settlement dates, those sellers were stocking up on some of their favorites.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday included Caterpillar, CenturyLink, Danaher, Dillard's, Intel, Intelsat, Mattel, ONEOK, PG&E and Windstream.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the January 15 and January 31 settlement dates, those sellers were focused on a few favorites.
Friday was a flat day for the broad U.S. markets. Although there were some ups and downs over the course of the week, it ultimately ended relatively flat. Crude oil was more or less flat for the day....
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