KeyCorp (KEY)

16.79
0.38 2.21
NYSE
Prev Close 17.17
Open 16.90
Day Low/High 16.56 / 17.02
52 Wk Low/High 13.65 / 22.40
Volume 19.54M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1001.55B
Market Cap 17.20B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The bulls will be focused on the benefit of continued low interest rates and its salutary impact on stock valuations. Question: Should market P/E trend higher based on ever easy central bank that brings a lower-than-historical level ...

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are higher this morning (S&P up 6 handles, Nasdaq up 18 handles). European stocks are climbing, too (by about 0.8%). Nikkei is up 0.88%. Within the Nikkei, all major sub-groups finished in the green. Telecom...

Don't Try to Buck These Trends

Energy, banks and food stocks are roaring, and momentum tech is still too risky.

No More Paralysis by Fed Analysis

We've been wasting our time with Fed fretting, as this monster rate decline confirms.

Jim Cramer Says SodaStream Is Flat, Lululemon Has Too Many Unknowns

Jim Cramer Says SodaStream Is Flat, Lululemon Has Too Many Unknowns

Jim Cramer answers Twitter questions on whether SodaStream can recover, Lululemon's new CEO and First Niagara.

One Quiet Selloff

It's nothing more than logical profit-taking.

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link on KeyCorp, U.S. Bancorp Downgrades

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link on KeyCorp, U.S. Bancorp Downgrades

TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link are 'annoyed' at the recent downgrades of KeyCorp and U.S. Bancorp.

Bad News Banks Breaking Training

The group is finally able to shrug off some negatives and rise.

Bank Stocks Leap While Tech Struggles

Rather than lament the tech sector, see how the financials are doing.

The Day Ahead: Deal Hope Still There

UPDATE: Futures higher as Senate negotiations restart.

Keycorp upgraded at Credit Suisse

Go Off the Beaten Path

Find stocks that won't put you in direct competition with the biggest traders.

Staying Overweight Financials

Staying Overweight Financials

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say even though the financials have underperformed lately they still like the group given a steepening yield curve.

The Week Ahead: HBAN & China

The Week Ahead: HBAN & China

After digesting a few bank earnings Friday, TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill, discuss what to expect from Huntington Bancshares.

Setting Expectations For Banks

Setting Expectations For Banks

AAP Co-Portfolio Manager, Stephanie Link, explains what JP Morgan's and Wells Fargo's earnings mean for the banks next week.

High Expectations For The Banks

High Expectations For The Banks

The big banks' earnings reports provide clues into the health of the economy. AAP Co-Portfolio Manager Stephanie Link will be closely watching.

The Day Ahead: Earnings Show Time!

WD-40 may be the real economic bellwether at the start of earnings season.

Oddly Spotty Action

Today's market is trickier than it looks.

Keycorp upgraded at BMO

Link's Take On The FOMC

Link's Take On The FOMC

The Fed clarified plans to reduce asset purchases today and Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Manager of AAP, is buying AIG on the pullback.

Buy Banks On Yield Curve Increase

Buy Banks On Yield Curve Increase

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link, co-portfolio managers of Action Alerts Plus, say if you believe the yield curve will get steeper, buy the banks.

Going Overweight Financials

Going Overweight Financials

Banks are leading the market and Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of AAP, tells TheStreet's Lindsey Bell that will continue through 2013

Keycorp downgraded at BTIG

KeyCorp downgraded at BTIG

Cramer: Value in the Rally

Cramer: Value in the Rally

The stock market may be at record highs, but Jim Cramer still see names with lots of value.

Study the Numbers

Don't take your cues from the so-called action. 

On the Cusp of Big Breakouts

The banks and homebuilders need to get over these humps if the market is to punch through to the highs.

Not Enough Tears Yet

This is not what a buying opportunity looks like.

Cramer: $48 JP Morgan Is My Sweet Spot

Cramer: $48 JP Morgan Is My Sweet Spot

JP Morgan reports earnings on Friday. Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that he'd buy it at $48.