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"Mattel "MAT"


Last Trade Price: 25.44
Last Trade Date: "3/28/2017"
Last Trade Time:"4:00pm"
Change and % Change:"+0.28 - +1.11%"
Volume: 5066750
Day's High:25.60
Day's Low:25.05
52 Week Range: "24.60 - 34.76"




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Mattel (MAT) Continues to Decline: What's Hurting the Stock?
Shares of leading toy maker Mattel Inc MAT have declined 22 5 over the last one year while the Zacks categorized Toys Games Hobby Products industry gained 31 9 in the same time frame Moreover over the past 60 days earnings estimates for full year 2017 and 2018 have

How The Parts Add Up: QQXT Targets $48
Looking at the underlying holdings of the ETFs in our coverage universe at ETF Channel we have compared the trading price of each holding against the average analyst 12 month forward target price and computed the weighted average implied analyst target price for the ETF itself For the

Strategy To YieldBoost Mattel To 12.6% Using Options
Shareholders of Mattel Inc Symbol MAT looking to boost their income beyond the stock s 6 1 annualized dividend yield can sell the October covered call at the 28 strike and collect the premium based on the 95 cents bid which annualizes to an additional 6 5 rate of return against the

Hasbro (HAS) on a Bullrun: Here's Why It Can Scale Higher
Shares of toy making giant Hasbro Inc HAS have increased nearly 27 over the last six months beating the Zacks categorized Toys Games Hobby Products industry s gain of 8 The company s consistent top and bottom line performance on the back of strategic partnerships and rapid

New Strong Sell Stocks for March 20th
Here are 5 stocks added to the Zacks Rank 5 Strong Sell List today Target Corporation TGT operates large format general merchandise and food discount stores in the U S The Zacks Consensus Estimate for its current year earnings has been revised 24 4 downward over the last 30 days

These 2 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Could Slash Their Payouts
For income focused investors the two companies below stand out for having among the highest yielding 160 stocks in their respective industries However they are also struggling to maintain enough earnings growth to sustain their now questionably high payout ratios which could