Morgan Stanley

NYSE: MS
$97.23
-$0.70 (-0.7%)
Closing price November 29, 2021
Now that the incredible “melt-up” rally seems done, 24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities research universe looking for stocks that had lagged the massive tech rally and appear to be...
The stock market is a forward-looking instrument, so buying stocks of companies that the analysts predict will post higher than expected earnings could be a solid strategy now. These five picks are...
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) released a disappointing first-quarter earnings report before the opening bell on Thursday.
Banks will be central in leading the economic recovery through small business lending, among other things. The numbers that these institutions post this week will be an important barometer for what...
The start of 2020 felt like a virtual Goldilocks period for the major U.S. banks, but the COVID-19 recession has changed all of that drastically. Interest rates were stable at the start of the year...
Everything was looking perfect for the banks at the start of 2020. Interest rates were expected to remain stable for the year, business was booming and regulators seemed to be easing up. Then the...
These four top Merrill Lynch financial stock picks pay “defensible” dividends, boast extremely reasonable valuations after the huge sell-off and have the potential for good moves higher over the...
Monday's top analyst calls included AbbVie, AES, AT&T, Boeing, Carnival, CME, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Honeywell, Lululemon Athletica, Netflix, Shopify, Starbucks and Twitter.
Friday's top analyst calls included Amazon, Adobe, AMD, Apple, BlackRock, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Deere, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Oracle and Slack.
As the Federal Reserve has lowered rates and is expected to do so again, one has to wonder if Morgan Stanley will reconsider its acquisition of E*Trade.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Altria, Beyond Meat, Chevron, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Epizyme, FedEx, Home Depot, Mattel, Morgan Stanley, Oracle, Qualcomm and...
The three major indexes all posted losses Thursday. There was no single big thing driving stocks lower. Instead, there was a combination of little things that added up to cool investors' spirits.
Morgan Stanley announced Thursday that it has agreed to acquire E*Trade in an all-stock transaction valued at $13 billion.
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Adobe, BP, Caterpillar, CSX, Intel, IBM, NextEra Energy, Pinterest, Qualcomm, Snap, Twitter, Western Digital and Yum Brands.
Morgan Stanley stock rose after it released better than expected fourth-quarter financial results early Thursday.