U.S. Bancorp (USB)

51.72
0.16 0.31
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 51.56
Open 51.49
Day Low/High 51.21 / 52.09
52 Wk Low/High 43.14 / 55.55
Volume 4.50M
Avg Volume 6.01M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.59B
Market Cap 81.99B
EPS 4.20
P/E Ratio 12.32
Div & Yield 1.48 (2.78%)
Bursting the Bed Bath and Beyond Bubble

Bursting the Bed Bath and Beyond Bubble

Shares of Bed Bath and Beyond plummet and Jim Cramer is taking an opportunity to buy on the dips--find out which bank he's buying into.

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.

US Bancorp downgraded at Credit Suisse

Going to a MoMo GoGo

Going to a MoMo GoGo

A basketful of momentum stocks.

Looking at Financial Q3 Earnings

We continue to be bullish on this sector.

The Day Ahead: Deal Hope Still There

UPDATE: Futures higher as Senate negotiations restart.

The Week Ahead: All Eyes on Washington

The political drama continues playing the market like a fiddle.

Tremendous Prospects for BBVA

Tremendous Prospects for BBVA

There's a litany of reasons to be bullish on this banking behemoth.

USB Investor Mtg.

Resistance Dead Ahead

Resistance Dead Ahead

As the market runs further, the risks get higher.

U.S. Bancorp estimates raised at UBS

The Day Ahead: $Cashtagging

The symbol is used to 'shout out' stocks.

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. Exit light Enter night Take my hand We're off to never never land. -- Metallica, "Enter Sandman" Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action ...

A Pair of Bankable Prospects

These two strong and well-priced bank stocks are worth considering.

Watch for These Ripples out of Washington

Super regionals might lose; credit cards could profit; and the market may hold on through the summer.

The Day Ahead: Market Stalking Notes

A market doesn't gap 200 points lower in one session for no reason.

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

My current expectation is for an initial test of the mid-1550s to be faded.

Proceed With Caution on the XLF

Outlook is great fundamentally, but technical tell another story.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see $100 million to buy at the close, with $60 million to buy in consumer discretionary stocks and $30 million to buy in financials. On the sell side, energy has $50 million to sell and industr...

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to buy? "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo My mavens on the floor of the exchange see an imbalance of $430 million to the buy side at the close. In terms of sectors, the financials have $128 million to buy, utilities $75 million and energy $5...

'Too Big To Fail' Explained

Let's start with the obvious: How big is 'big'?

US Bancorp downgraded at JP Morgan

Banks Are Bunk

The optimism on the banking industry is misplaced. Quick look: USB (USB) and Bank of New York Mellon (BK) miss. The optimism on the banking industry is misplaced given the cyclical and secular headwinds (spreads under pressure, loan demand moribund,...

US Bancorp upgraded at Deutsche

Big vs. Regional Banks Which is Best Portfolio Pick

Big vs. Regional Banks Which is Best Portfolio Pick

Regional banks are benefitting from home mortgages but stock prices aren't rising.

Here and There

A few housekeeping notes. Major indices managed to turn mostly green late in the day, despite dragging IBM (IBM) around like an anchor. That was a resilient performance, indicative of an overall bullish mentality. A few housekeeping notes: Stephanie...

A Pair of Names Worth Banking On

Wells Fargo and U.S. Bancorp will likely do very well over the next five years.

US Bancorp downgraded at BofA/Merrill

The Sept. Jobs Report Is Irrelevant

The Sept. Jobs Report Is Irrelevant

Clark Yingst, Chief Market Analyst at Joseph Gunnar, says the jobs report tomorrow is not important, even if it does move markets for the day.