BED BATH AND BEYOND (NASDAQ: BBBY)

Overview
current price
$8.70
$8.70
change
-0.96 | -9.94%
-0.96 | -9.94%
Yesterday's Close
9.66
open
9.66
volume
6.03 M
30d. avg volume.
5.56 M
1 day
8.31 - 9.66
52 weeks
8.31 - 44.51
p/e
0.00
beta
1.7784
market cap
0.69 B
dividend yield
0.00%
Industry
-
News and Commentary
Market Update: Dow Falls More Than 900 Points for Worst Day Since 2020 Stocks fell on Friday as investors grew concerned over more hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, who signaled a possible half-point rate hike at the central...
Market Update: Stocks Post Second Winning Week in a Row Dow Jones Industrial Average: +0.21% or +72.28 points to 34,780.22Stocks were mostly higher on Friday, building on the previous session's gains, as Wall...
GameStop Shares Spike as Chairman Ryan Cohen Adds to Stake Just when it seemed like meme-mania was dead, Gamestop
Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Surge After Gamestop Chairman Reveals Big Stake Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY
Market Update: Dow Drops 800 Points on Fears Russia-Ukraine War Will Slow Economy, More Inflation Stocks fell again on Monday, following four straight weeks of declines, as investors grew concerned that the soaring energy prices driven by Russia's war with Ukraine could poten...
Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Down More Than 20% Following Earnings Miss Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY
Market Update: S&P 500, Nasdaq Rise to Fresh Record Highs on Extended Vaccine Rally Stocks traded higher on Tuesday following a broad market rally after the Food and Drug Administration granted full approval for Pfizer
Is Darkness on the Horizon for Meme-Stock Investors? Recent weeks have seen investors switching from meme stock to meme stock as online investment gurus on r/wallstreetbets led the way. Now,
Short Squeezes Could Lead to Market Dislocations The theme of the past week has been short squeezes. Many are treating this as some sort of new development but these short squeezes tend to happen during the frothy stages of bul...
Market Update: Stocks Fall on Concerning Trends, S&P 500 Goes Red for the Year Stocks fell Wednesday following the Federal Open Market Committee's January monetary policy decision amid worse-than-expected quarterly earnings. Market participants also became...
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