BB&T Corp. (BBT)

0.21 0.41
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 50.65
Open 50.50
Day Low/High 50.25 / 50.77
52 Wk Low/High 40.68 / 53.08
Volume 4.74M
Avg Volume 4.26M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 766.01M
Market Cap 38.80B
EPS 4.00
P/E Ratio 12.86
Div & Yield 1.62 (3.17%)
Bank Charts Still Not Making It

Bank Charts Still Not Making It

Their dividend yields are recovering, but these are still not compelling values.

Reinforcing a Bullish View on Banks

We'll continue our review of financial stocks that represent solid buys.

Still Bullish on the Banks

While the earnings and outlooks have been strong, the stocks have not yet reacted positively.

BB&T estimates raised at UBS

Weakness In Financials = Opportunity

Weakness In Financials = Opportunity

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, discusses how to invest in financials going into JPMorgan's earnings on Friday.

The Holy Grail Scenario

Looking at the charts, we might being seeing growth with no inflation.

BB&T downgraded at Guggenheim

Your Eyes Are Not Deceiving You

Your Eyes Are Not Deceiving You

These moves in the banks are for real, so you need to be stalking these issues right now.

Oversupply Hitting Banks

But buybacks will finally start giving you a degree of tightness entirely lacking for five years.

Beleaguered Banks Bounce Back

It's time to stop selling the banks and to start buying them.

Regional Banks Break Out

BBT and FHN are two great banks with good balance sheets, and are worth considering now.

BB&T rated new Buy at Wunderlich

BB&T target raised at Citigroup

Another Reason to Watch Regional Banks

These banks are sensitive to the emerging trends in jobs and non-residential construction.

Discovering True Growth Gems

The value of these companies has increased in tough times and should improve more in a better economy.

Don't Get Too Excited About Housing

Today's bump in pending home sales is an anomaly, even if it causes some stocks to move.

BB&T Corporation rated new Buy at UBS

The Case for Semis and Banks

These lagging groups have reasons to catch up to the market.

Europe Knows Its History

These countries have learned something about how economics can lead to social unrest.