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The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW)

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55.35+0.20 (+0.36%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
55.40 +0.05 (+0.09%)
After hours: 07:54PM EDT
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Previous close55.15
Bid55.25 x 3000
Ask55.38 x 1100
Day's range54.56 - 55.53
52-week range45.00 - 86.63
Avg. volume10,000,585
Market cap100.798B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.92
PE ratio (TTM)16.09
EPS (TTM)3.44
Earnings date16 Oct 2023 - 20 Oct 2023
Forward dividend & yield1.00 (1.81%)
Ex-dividend date10 Aug 2023
1y target est74.02
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    The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW) Gains But Lags Market: What You Should Know

    The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW) closed the most recent trading day at $55.35, moving +0.36% from the previous trading session.

  • Reuters

    Schwab slashes fees on more fixed income ETFs

    Schwab Asset Management on Monday said it cut fees on the Schwab High-Yield Bond ETF (SCYB) and the Schwab U.S. TIPS ETF, which offers exposure to inflation-protected Treasury securities, to just three basis points, or 0.03%, to attract investors. Schwab's high-yield bond offering, launched earlier this year, competes head-to-head with products like the SPDR Portfolio High Yield Bond ETF (SPHY). "Investors continue to consistently rank the expense ratio at the top of the list of the factors they consider most important in owning an ETF," said David Botset, managing director of equity product management and innovation at Schwab.

  • Bloomberg

    All of Schwab’s Bond ETFs Now Cost Just Three Basis Points

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