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MoneyGram International, Inc. (MGI)

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10.37+0.13 (+1.27%)
As of 1:32PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close10.24
Open10.18
Bid10.36 x 900
Ask10.37 x 800
Day's range10.12 - 10.65
52-week range2.61 - 11.86
Volume1,582,852
Avg. volume2,542,498
Market cap813.599M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.77
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.10
Earnings date07 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date12 Dec 2007
1y target est8.08
  • MoneyGram (MGI) Moves 5% Higher: Will This Strength Last?
    Zacks

    MoneyGram (MGI) Moves 5% Higher: Will This Strength Last?

    MoneyGram (MGI) witnessed a jump in share price last session on above-average trading volume. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions for the stock doesn't suggest further strength down the road.

  • Analysis: Remittance firms slow to add bitcoin, despite El Salvador move
    Reuters

    Analysis: Remittance firms slow to add bitcoin, despite El Salvador move

    El Salvador may be touting bitcoin's use to help its citizens living abroad send funds back home, but the biggest remittance firms are cautious about offering cryptocurrency services. In a move that could be a harbinger of crypto becoming a more popular way to send money across borders, El Salvador on Wednesday became the first country to adopt bitcoin as a parallel legal tender. President Nayib Bukele played up bitcoin's potential as a remittance currency for Salvadorans overseas.

  • Remittance firms slow to add bitcoin, despite El Salvador move
    Reuters

    Remittance firms slow to add bitcoin, despite El Salvador move

    LONDON (Reuters) -El Salvador may be touting bitcoin's use to help its citizens living abroad send funds back home, but the biggest remittance firms are cautious about offering cryptocurrency services. In a move that could be a harbinger of crypto becoming a more popular way to send money across borders, El Salvador on Wednesday became the first country to adopt bitcoin as a parallel legal tender. President Nayib Bukele played up bitcoin's potential as a remittance currency for Salvadorans overseas.