DuPont de Nemours Inc. (DD)

52.24
NYSE : Process Industries
Prev Close 50.91
Day Low/High 50.81 / 52.39
52 Wk Low/High 28.33 / 74.37
Avg Volume 5.78M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 733.80M
Market Cap 39.34B
EPS 0.70
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield 1.20 (2.24%)
Bank Earnings Quality Takes Spotlight Next Week

Bank Earnings Quality Takes Spotlight Next Week

Cuttone director of sales and marketing Keith Bliss discusses key market drivers for the coming week.

New Year's Digestion Can Help Stock-Pickers

New Year's Digestion Can Help Stock-Pickers

Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

DuPont target lowered at Jefferies

The Day Ahead: A Bizarro-World Market

The Day Ahead: A Bizarro-World Market

Personally, I think the market's total air of invincibility is despicable.

Hints of Something Brewing in China

Hints of Something Brewing in China

DuPont and Cummins are making big buybacks, and Joy Global's guidance tomorrow could be a tell.

Citi Basic Materials Conf.

Morgan Stanley Chemicals Conf.

It's Tough Out There

It's Tough Out There

The slow, prolonged selloff continues, despite good fundamental news.

Dupont downgraded at Piper

Upon Further Review

Upon Further Review

Should some earnings judgments on the field be reversed by booth review, just like in football?

China's Influence And The Chemical Play

China's Influence And The Chemical Play

Nicole Urken and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

Morning Call Express

Morning Call Express

Nicole Urken and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks on Wednesday's news.

Dupont downgraded at JP Morgan

DuPont numbers cut at UBS

Rallies Like Fool's Gold

Rallies Like Fool's Gold

A bounce is typical after the type of slide we've seen, but don't rush to declare that the worst is over.

Decline Felt Forced

Decline Felt Forced

It was a hideous day and we are resetting earnings estimates by the minute now.

Unconventional Cramer: Buy 3M, DuPont While Others Sell

Unconventional Cramer: Buy 3M, DuPont While Others Sell

3M is better than DuPont says Jim Cramer, but he'd be a buyer of both of the stocks during this sell off.

Downbeat Dow Stocks Bring in Sellers

Downbeat Dow Stocks Bring in Sellers

A trio of Dow stocks disappointed investors triggering a sell off in the market.

Trader: Industrials May Be Oversold

Trader: Industrials May Be Oversold

Keith Bliss of Cuttone belives today's selloff is bring industrials to a point of being oversold. He may look at buying soon.

Brokedown Palace (Part Deux)

Earnings drive stock prices, not central bankers or the notion of performance chasing. Fare you well, my honey, fare you well my only true one. All the birds that were singing are flown, except you alone. Going to leave this brokedown palace, On my ...

Selloff Seems More Like Real Deal

Selloff Seems More Like Real Deal

This feels like slightly worse than business as usual.

Trader: Forget Debate, Watch Earnings

Trader: Forget Debate, Watch Earnings

Teddy Weisberg of Seaport Security tells investors to quit focusing on the debates and pay attention to company earnings for effects from the European financial crisis.

DuPont estimates cut at UBS

Credit Suisse Chemical Conf.

Cramer: DuPont's Cheaper Than Monsanto

Cramer: DuPont's Cheaper Than Monsanto

Monsanto has not been hurt enough by the bad news on bug resistant corn to make it a buy says Jim Cramer.

Market Could Have Romney Resilience

Market Could Have Romney Resilience

Teddy Weisberg of Seaport Securities thinks the market maybe pricing in a Romney win. It keeps shrugging off bad news like FedEx.

Cramer: Deere's Results Not A Read-Through For Industry

Cramer: Deere's Results Not A Read-Through For Industry

Jim Cramer says Deere is good at making themselves look bad and believes the industry sell-off on its weak earnings could create some buying opportunities.

Cramer: Dow's Problem Is Dow

Cramer: Dow's Problem Is Dow

Jim Cramer would choose DuPont over Dow Chemical. Dow has itself to blame.

How Much Should We Worry?

How Much Should We Worry?

Do I think August of 2011 can repeat itself? Yes, if nothing's done to avert it.

The Political Drag Is Real

The Political Drag Is Real

Politicians are standing in the way of the growth that can propel stocks higher.