Prudential Financial, Inc.

NYSE: PRU
$108.03
+$1.44 (+1.4%)
Closing price November 30, 2022
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These are not momentum stocks that will go down in flames if the market has a huge correction. Jefferies has done solid work for growth and income investors looking for good total return potential.
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