|Daily Range||$87.77 - $88.98|
|52-Week Range||$83.01 - $119.71|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (3.1%)|
|Average Daily Volume||100,412|
|Current FY EPS||$7.06|
The employment gains over the past few years paint a picture of growing economic disparity in America.
Though not earth-shattering, the largest study to date represents a continued move away from chemical use.
Despite being significantly cheaper than gasoline, natural gas vehicles have yet to take off in the United States, Now BASF and Ford are developing a CNG system that could revolutionize how natural gas is stored in vehicles.
Shareholders in multinational companies like Siemens and Wal-Mart have been hit hard by unexpected corruption charges. Consider whether you might be at risk, too.
Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour are relying on innovation to drive their businesses forward. Nike, with a 1.10% dividend yield and a lower valuation than these peers, seems to be a good long-term stock for investors.
Though long-term results haven't had time to trickle in, one publication has been able to consistently call out companies that outperform the market and their competitors.
Wall Street panicked at the end of 2000 when Abbott Labs announced it was acquiring the pharmaceutical business of BASF. Shares sank 7.1% the next trading day on fears of dilution and a lack of execution. Turns out that was a great buying opportunity.
It’s one of the most popular contamination cleansers in the world; businesses are using it in everything from swimming pools to coal mines.
Chemicals giants BASF and Bayer look like strong picks for the future, but is Germany's economic base solid enough to keep the DAX's recent surge alive?
Monsanto, DuPont, Syngenta, Dow Chemical, Bayer, and BASF should be embracing, not fighting, GMO labeling.