"Penske Automotive Group "PAG"

Last Trade Price: 43.52
Last Trade Date: "5/23/2017"
Last Trade Time:"12:28pm"
Change and % Change:"-0.65 - -1.47%"
Volume: 121882
Day's High:44.18
Day's Low:42.95
52 Week Range: "29.29 - 56.05"

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Penske Automotive Group, Inc. (PAG) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for May 18, 2017
Penske Automotive Group Inc PAG will begin trading ex dividend on May 18 2017 A cash dividend payment of 0 31 per share is scheduled to be paid on June 01 2017 Shareholders who purchased PAG prior to the ex dividend date are eligible for the cash dividend payment This represents

Ex-Dividend Reminder: Penske Automotive Group, Tractor Supply and Ormat Technologies
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel on 5 18 17 Penske Automotive Group Inc Symbol PAG Tractor Supply Co Symbol TSCO and Ormat Technologies Inc Symbol ORA will all trade ex dividend for their respective upcoming dividends Penske Automotive Group Inc

Penske Automotive Group Inc. Sets Sales Records As Slowdown Looms
Auto retailer Penske Automotive NYSE PAG in late April posted first quarter earnings results that showed solid sales gains To be sure executives are keeping an eye on a slowing U S market for auto sales But the company still sees plenty of opportunities ahead for revenue

Auto Stock Roundup: F, GM, TSLA, PAG, HMC
The last week saw a flurry of earnings in the auto sector Despite earnings mostly beating estimates majority of shares lost on weak projections for the year Ford Motor Company s F first quarter earnings declined year over year but beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate General Motors Company s

Penske Automotive (PAG) Q1 Earnings in Line, Revenues Beat
Penske Automotive Group Inc 160 PAG recorded earnings of 97 cents per share in the first quarter of 2017 on par with the Zacks Consensus Estimate Net income rose 3 5 to 83 million in the quarter from 80 2 million a year ago Income from continuing operations increased 4 2 from 79

Weighing The Week Ahead:  Time To Rebuild The Wall Of Worry?
By Jeff Miller ByJeff Miller As some market worries have been put to rest there is a growing appetite for new ones Pundits who say that things look OK are not very exciting Last week we saw a shift in attention Despite healthy earnings and good economic data I expect