KeyCorp (KEY)

13.08
NYSE
Prev Close 12.42
Day Low/High 12.39 / 13.11
52 Wk Low/High 7.45 / 20.52
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 976.00B
Market Cap 12.12B
P/E Ratio 11.68
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Unconventional Cramer: Bank of America Can Hit $18

Unconventional Cramer: Bank of America Can Hit $18

Jim Cramer says that Bank of America is more than a trade - it's an investment.

Unconventional Cramer: Look For Bank Value

Unconventional Cramer: Look For Bank Value

Bank of America is trading near highs, but Jim Cramer suggests looking at bank names with more upside performance potential like Wells Fargo or Key Bank.

Small Banks, Big Payoffs

Small Banks, Big Payoffs

This idea remains my "trade of the decade," as it offers one of the best opportunities long-term value investors will see in 2013.

The Link Exclusive: Pick Your Spots In The Financials

The Link Exclusive: Pick Your Spots In The Financials

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says 2013 will be a good year for the financial stocks.

Keyed Up About KeyCorp

Keyed Up About KeyCorp

The regional bank is poised to break out of a recent channel decline.

The Link Exclusive: Buying Goldman On Fed Decision

The Link Exclusive: Buying Goldman On Fed Decision

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, explains the Fed's decision and what stocks will benefit from the announcement.

The Link Exclusive: Taking Profits In JPMorgan

The Link Exclusive: Taking Profits In JPMorgan

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, may have closed her position in JPMorgan but she still has exposure to the banking sector.

Banks Catch a Housing Bounce

Banks Catch a Housing Bounce

Don't count this sector out when it's leveraged to the increasingly positive housing cycle.

3 Stocks I Saw on TV

3 Stocks I Saw on TV

Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Apple, Starbucks, and City National Bank.

Remember the Upside of Market Fear

Remember the Upside of Market Fear

Sometimes the market flees from a trade that in retrospect would have been the best trade of all.

Getting Excited About Short Interest

I've always scanned the tables for ideas, but there's good reason to drill down deeper for takeaways.

Key Bank's Successful Focus on Small Business

Key Bank's Successful Focus on Small Business

Maria Coyne, Head of Consumer & Business Banking at KeyBank, discusses how the demand for small business loans remains robust despite the issues that remain.

Reaching to the STARS

Reaching to the STARS

Using Standard & Poor's system has helped me undercover some solid ideas.

KEY downgraded at Citigroup

The Link Exclusive: Buy The Banks On Weakness

The Link Exclusive: Buy The Banks On Weakness

A handful of the big banks have reported earnings already, and Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, likes what they had to say.

The Link Exclusive: Encouraged by Jamie Dimon's Tone Ahead of Earnings

The Link Exclusive: Encouraged by Jamie Dimon's Tone Ahead of Earnings

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, viewed Jamie Dimon's commentary at the Council of Foreign Relations today positively ahead of JPMorgan's earnings on Friday.

Keycorp downgraded at Deutsche

Measuring Risk After Market Dip

Measuring Risk After Market Dip

Lindsey Bell and Pete Renzulli of T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

Cramer: Bank Downgrade Was The Right Call

Cramer: Bank Downgrade Was The Right Call

Jim Cramer says the international banks have had a great run, but the risk is too great, making the bank downgrade by UBS a good call.

Link: Doubling Down On Housing

Link: Doubling Down On Housing

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, has added two new positions to the Action Alerts Portfolio to expand exposure to the housing market.

Oil Weakness Doesn't Mean Game Over

Oil Weakness Doesn't Mean Game Over

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

Today's Adds

They include Yahoo!, Ford, GM, Citigroup, KeyCorp, P&G and JPMorgan Chase. I added to Yahoo! (YHOO), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Citigroup (C), KeyCorp (KEY), Procter & Gamble (PG) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM, reestablished) in today's weakness.

KEY Turned for Entry

The stock has hit my price point. KeyCorp (KEY) has hit my price point. I have established a small long position.

Lining Up Some Buys

They include, AIG, Key, Citi, Ford, GM, Och-Ziff and Lincoln National. I am a buyer of several stocks slightly below the market -- including AIG (AIG), under 30.50; KeyCorp (KEY), $7.95; Citigroup (C), under $26.50; Ford (F), under $9.10, General Mo...

Kicking Over Rocks

Kicking Over Rocks

Searching for lower-priced stocks that have been overlooked by Wall Street can be a profitable.

Picking Up Fallen Angels

Picking Up Fallen Angels

These out-of-favor stocks can be fertile sources of long-term investments.

Second-Half Stars

Second-Half Stars

These stocks trade below book value and should outperform the market for the next year and beyond.

Picking It New School

Picking It New School

I am willing to play with new ideas and metrics to see if they offer any value.

Keycorp rated new Buy at Citigroup

Fitz Bits: Let it Churn

Fitz Bits: Let it Churn

There's a lot of trading to be done in Dangdang before it decisively breaks out, so you may as well take some profits.