PPG Industries, Inc. (PPG)

147.78
NYSE
Prev Close 146.69
Day Low/High 146.42 / 147.90
52 Wk Low/High 69.77 / 149.34
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 236.20B
Market Cap 34.65B
P/E Ratio 32.31
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Four Stocks to Lift Your Spirits

Four Stocks to Lift Your Spirits

These four companies have one thing in common: optimism.

I'm Getting Sticker Shock

I'm Getting Sticker Shock

Chevron is suddenly in the $130s. Who else can break out?

Gems Hiding in the Shadows

Gems Hiding in the Shadows

If you step out of the blinding spotlight, the truly rewarding buying opportunities become obvious.

The Blueprints for this Market (Part 5)

The Blueprints for this Market (Part 5)

When it gets as bad as it is now, we tend not to even care if a company is profitable.

Jim Cramer on P&G, Boeing and Dow Chemical Earnings

Jim Cramer on P&G, Boeing and Dow Chemical Earnings

Jim Cramer says Proctor & Gamble is a 'bond' stock that won't do anything radical yet, but Boeing has a clear growth path and Cramer believes the stock is a 'buy.'

One Sound Way to Nail Down Entry Points

One Sound Way to Nail Down Entry Points

In brief, it all comes down to the quality of the CEO.

People Forget Why they Sell

People Forget Why they Sell

Now stocks dragged down with the futures look good again.

PPG's Chuck Bunch Is One of Jim Cramer's 'Bankable CEOs'

PPG's Chuck Bunch Is One of Jim Cramer's 'Bankable CEOs'

Jim Cramer says PPG's Chuck Bunch's vision to be the dominant player in the coatings business in growth markets around the world is one of the reasons he is on the '21 Bankable CEOs' list.

A Furiously Responsive Market

A Furiously Responsive Market

Judging by what we've seen so far this year, if you want to be successful you'll need to surf the riptide.

The Daily Dose: One Giant List to Know

The Daily Dose: One Giant List to Know

Our big concern: the capex spending boom has not been seen, nor is it being forecast.

Industrials May Be the Place to Be

Industrials May Be the Place to Be

PPG and Alcoa didn't really miss at all.

Cramer: Europe Is the New Swing Factor

Cramer: Europe Is the New Swing Factor

The EU recovery has put heavily exposed U.S. techs and industrials in an enviable position.

Cramer: Europe Is Just Starting to Turn

Cramer: Europe Is Just Starting to Turn

Right as the U.S. becomes worse for business.

The Daily Dose: The Hidden Earnings Season

The Daily Dose: The Hidden Earnings Season

The macro situation is obscuring the action in individual names.

The Week Ahead: All Eyes on Washington

The Week Ahead: All Eyes on Washington

The political drama continues playing the market like a fiddle.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $500 million to sell on the close. In terms of sectors to sell, consumer staples are at $90 million and materials are $at 70 million. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has $45 million to buy, ...

Scanning the Sector Charts

Scanning the Sector Charts

As the bull market matures, basic materials look strong, but utilities are fading.

Ready to Run Off Weak Nat Gas

Ready to Run Off Weak Nat Gas

These three should all benefit nicely from softness in nat gas -- and the technicals look solid, to boot.

PPG Industries numbers raised at UBS

Yes, Europe Is Turning

Yes, Europe Is Turning

This is undeniable after last week's conference calls.

The Day Ahead: A Real Head Scratcher

The Day Ahead: A Real Head Scratcher

Recent market activity has left many at wit's end

Don't Get Shellacked

Don't Get Shellacked

Buying Sherwin-Williams here is a bad idea.

Housing Plays to Write Home About

Housing Plays to Write Home About

  Those starved for homebuilders should sink their teeth into these names.

Mad Money Uncovered: Eaton & PPG

Mad Money Uncovered: Eaton & PPG

Jim Cramer looks at why industrials taking their fate into their own hands, in a discussion with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.

Big Bad Days Add Confusion

Big Bad Days Add Confusion

Sure is plenty of bad but there is good afoot, too.

Looks Like Europe May Have Hit Bottom

Looks Like Europe May Have Hit Bottom

This isn't to suggest it'll rebound. But it may just stay at this level -- far better than further deterioration.

A True Bounce?

A True Bounce?

Watch these names today to see if they follow through.

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to sell? "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo My mavens on the exchange's floor see $175 million to sell market on close. In terms of sectors, utilities have $20 million to buy. Sells are in financials at $85 million, and materials and industri...