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John Wiley & Sons (NYSE: JW-A)

41.19 -0.82 (-1.95%)

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JW-A $41.19 -1.95%
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Today's Open $42.01
Previous Close $42.01
Daily Range $41.04 - $42.40
52-Week Range $39.99 - $65.50
Market Cap $2.4B
P/E Ratio 15.00
Dividend (Yield) $1.20 (2.9%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
Volume 157,102
Average Daily Volume 319,025
Current FY EPS $2.82


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John Wiley & Sons (JW-A) Description

The Company is a publisher of print and electronic products, providing content and solutions to customers worldwide. Website:

News & Commentary

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Why This Isn't Your Average Publisher

Using industry classifications to screen for investments will typically lead to throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Don't dismiss Reed Elsevier, which is very different from your typical trade book publisher.

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John Wiley & Sons Offers Big Upside and Limited Downside

John Wiley & Sons trades at a deep discount to its intrinsic value even though Reed Elsevier and Pearson trade at higher valuations.

What Are the Profit Prospects for Publishers?

Faced with declining demand for print publications, large publishers like Scholastic, John Wiley, and Pearson are increasingly looking to technology-driven distribution of information to spark future revenue growth.

Will Publishers Survive the Digital Revolution?

Publishers that focus on niche categories and have already made their forays into digital publishing will survive the digital revolution.

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