- American Express (AXP) stock went up by 2.09% last night, and this increase in the stock price could be due to its long-standing reputation as a dividend stock favored by investors like Warren Buffett.
- Warren Buffet owns shares that control roughly 31.5% of the voting interest in Berkshire Hathaway and owns more of the eight stocks mentioned than anyone else on the planet, with two of them, Chevron and Occidental, delivering sizzling returns in 2022, but so far in 2023 only Paramount Global has generated a double-digit percentage return, while the other stocks, including American Express, have gone up in the stock market recently.
- Elon Musk says Warren Buffett could have achieved similar stock portfolio growth by just investing in Tesla in its early days, as the electric-vehicle company went public at less than 0.1% of its current value, with shares worth $20 million growing to almost $60 billion today; however, Berkshire Hathaway's stock portfolio ballooned in value by over 20-fold since 1994 thanks to dominant, profitable companies in familiar industries, such as American Express and Coca-Cola, and Berkshire invested in a rival EV maker, BYD, in 2008 instead.
- The article discusses personal finance matters and does not provide a specific reason for the drop in American Express stock, which decreased by 1.83% the night before.
- American Express (AXP) stock went down by 1.83% due to the Federal Reserve increasing the federal funds rate, causing inflation to soar and negatively affect many businesses, but benefiting money center banks and credit card companies as they make more profit with higher interest rates.
- Warren Buffett's investment firm Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio concentration, with 86% invested in only eight stocks, including Apple, Bank of America, Chevron, Coca-Cola, American Express, Occidental Petroleum, Moody's, and Kraft Heinz, has played a role in its outperformance in recent years, but rising inflation and interest rates have led to uncertainty about future returns, resulting in American Express (AXP) stock going down 1.83% as of March 17, 2022.
- Square has launched Forward, a business accelerator programme designed to support Black and Latino retail entrepreneurs with funding, mentorship, and coaching, which has received the support of American Express through funding and coaching opportunities for program participants, and as a result, the AXP stock went up by 0.58%.
- American Express(AXP) stock went up by 0.58% last night, and the reason behind this increase is not mentioned in the article.
- The article argues that finance has become the foundation of the entire economy, and any pause in its endless expansion triggers shivers of terror, and it's interesting to note that amidst a tsunami of commentary about banks, last night American Express(AXP) stock was up by 0.58%.
- American Express stock (AXP) went up by 0.58% after the CEO, Stephen Squeri, announced that the business is "firing on all cylinders".
- American Express(AXP) stock went down by 4.87% as the company faces pressure from investors due to concerns about competition and potential regulatory changes.
- The stock price of American Express (AXP) went down by 4.87% last night, but the writer of the article believes that American Express is a great stock to own due to its strong customer base and payments network, guiding for annual revenue growth of more than 10% and mid-teens earnings growth in 2024 and beyond; however, Citigroup (C) and luxury home-furnishing brand RH (RH) are two Buffett stocks to buy, and one to avoid, respectively.
- Warren Buffet's annual letter to shareholders emphasizes the importance of long-term investing, patience, and confidence in the American economy, as he remains bullish about the US market despite the current economic uncertainty; Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate he leads, owns some of America's most enduring companies like Coca-Cola, American Express, and Chevron, at favorable prices and for the long-term, with dividends playing a key role in portfolio returns.
- The article discusses the current state of the European tech industry, including how it lags behind American and Chinese counterparts in terms of competitiveness and market value, as well as the impact of recent events such as the war in Ukraine and supply chain disruptions. The article also provides a list of the 20 most valuable European tech companies, including American Express's client, Globant S.A., which recently reported higher than expected revenue and EPS. However, the article does not give a reason for why American Express's stock may have gone down.
- The 3.73% decrease in the American Express (AXP) stock price may be attributed to a sell-off of the broader market and investor concern about the increasing competition in the payment industry.
- American Express (AXP) stock went down 3.73% amid a broader decline in US stock markets, with losses in the Financials, Industrials, and Basic Materials sectors leading shares lower.
- The article highlights three companies, including American Express, which recently hiked their dividends and share buyback programs, potentially leading to an increase in capital returns; however, American Express stock went down last night likely due to broader market concerns about inflation and rising interest rates.
- Shares of American Express (AXP) fell 3.73% amidst a rough trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index falling 1.45% and Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 1.07%, making it the stock's fifth consecutive day of losses, while some competitors rose despite the market drop. The article does not provide a specific reason for why American Express' stock went down.
- The article is actually a reader case study about a couple living a frugal lifestyle, and American Express (AXP) stock has nothing to do with it.
- American Express (AXP) stock went down 0.28% after the Board of Directors approved the repurchase of up to 120 million common shares and a 15% increase in the quarterly dividend on the company’s common stock, depending on factors such as the company's business plans, financial performance, and market conditions.
- The article discusses the benefits of a Sam's Club membership, including exclusive member savings, discounted gas, and a rewards program, but does not explain why the American Express (AXP) stock went down.
- American Express' stock (AXP) went down by 0.28% as part of an overall mixed trading session for the stock market, and despite some losses, it outperformed some of its competitors such as Visa, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- American Express's board authorized a share repurchase plan and raised its quarterly dividend by 15%, but the stock went down by 0.28%, possibly due to some investors being disappointed that the share buyback was not larger.
- The article announces Bread Financial Holding's participation in the Wolfe Fintech Forum through a fireside chat with their CFO, Perry Beberman, but does not provide information on why American Express (AXP) stock was down by 0.28% last night.
- The article briefly mentions that American Express (AXP) stock was down by 0.02% last night, but it does not mention the reason for the decline. Instead, the article focuses on MercadoLibre's impressive Q4 earnings and why the author is considering buying more of its stock.
- American Express (AXP) stock went down -0.02% yesterday, but there is no direct information in the article about the reason for the decline, which instead describes a new partnership between American Express and Myer, which allows American Express card members to use their Membership Rewards points to shop online at Myer's with more than 200,000 products now available.
- The article highlights five apps that can help small business owners automate tasks, manage finances, accept payments, and simplify day-to-day operations. It does not provide any explanation for the 0.02% decrease in the stock price of American Express (AXP).
- The article suggests that investing in blue chip stocks, such as American Express, which have a history of success, reliability, and resilience, can provide downside protection in an uncertain economic environment, and even investors who like to take risks may benefit from adding blue chip stocks to their portfolio. The article does not explain why American Express stock went down.
- The American Express (AXP) stock went down by 0.32% last night and the article is about Ascenda and China CITIC Bank Credit Card Center launching the next generation of the China CITIC Bank Point Program to accelerate premium customer acquisition and its new retail development strategy.
- Warren Buffett defended the practice of share buybacks in his annual letter, saying that they can be effective or horribly executed, and that share repurchases are not always good, and Motley Fool senior analyst Jason Moser explains why this message is important for investors to keep in mind. American Express stock was down 0.32% last night, but the article does not specify why.
- American Express (AXP) stock was down 0.32% despite strong quarterly results, but Morgan Stanley has a $186 price target on the stock and it is currently offering the best entry point since late last year.
- The article discusses lessons that investors can learn from Warren Buffett's annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter, including practicing healthy financial habits, the importance of patience, and keeping a large cash position. The article does not explicitly state why American Express (AXP) stock went down.
- This article discusses the potential reasons for investors taking an interest in Occidental Petroleum after Warren Buffet's stake in the company, highlighting factors such as the company's dividend growth, value, and share repurchase program, and noting that Occidental's Q4 2022 adjusted per-share earnings, while below Wall Street's consensus estimate, marked improvement over the year-earlier quarter. However, it does not provide an explanation for why American Express (AXP) stock went down.