- BlackRock's stock (BLK) went up last night by 2.89% due to the group now holding 5.01% of the voting securities and 1.52% of equivalent financial instruments in Cofinimmo following transactions in voting securities.
- The stock market had a positive trading session on Tuesday, with Franklin Resources Inc. rising 2.28%, while BlackRock Inc. increased by 2.89%, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. by 2.50%, and Bank of New York Mellon Corp. by 4.32%, with the trading volume remaining below its 50-day average, and the reason for BlackRock's rise is not given in the article.
- The BlackRock (BLK) stock was up by 2.89% last night, and the value of investment lies in reducing it to its fundamental elements, like starting early on savings, understanding history, and automating savings through the bank, employee retirement plan, or mutual fund.
- Blackrock (BLK) stock went up 0.83% last night after Credit Suisse announced that it would take advantage of a 50bn franc facility offered by the Swiss National Bank, following a day in which its stock price sank by 25% and fears rippled across the world that the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank could be a prelude of bad times for others.
- First Republic Bank has announced that it will be receiving $30bn in uninsured deposits from banks including Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan, and Morgan Stanley, and reassures its customers that in light of Silicon Valley Bank's collapse, it can avoid a similar fate with the emphasis of its business on wealth management.
- BlackRock has announced the purchase of its own ordinary shares, which will be held in treasury, and this news reportedly caused the stock to go up by 0.83% last night.
- This article is not about BlackRock (BLK) stock, as mentioned in the prompt. Instead, it is about the struggling San Francisco-based regional bank, First Republic, which is considering a sale and recently received two credit downgrades leading to plummeting share prices, despite recovering slightly after the Wall Street Journal reported large banks discussing a deal to provide fresh capital to First Republic, and investors have concerns over the company’s future following the recent failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank and closure of Silvergate Capital.
- BlackRock Canada has announced cash distributions for the iShares ETFs listed on the TSX or NEO that pay on a monthly or quarterly basis, leading to a 0.83% increase in BlackRock(NYSE:BLK) stock.
- The stock of BlackRock (BLK) went down by 0.95% last night, and the article discusses the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and the potential red flags that could have been identified earlier, including the large surge of deposits in 2021 that were used to buy investments and loans, the evidence of deposits leaving as interest rates rose, and potential problems with the allowance for loan losses and falling incomes.
- Blackrock (BLK) stock, among others, went down due to broad declines in stocks abroad and a letter from its CEO warning about further fallout from Silicon Valley Bank's failure, which could affect the US regional banking sector and result in more seizures and shutdowns, while concerns about the health of the global banking industry weighed on the market.
- Blackrock(BLK) stock went down last night, as the financial sector took a double hit from the continuing fallout from the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse and the worries over the health of Europe’s second-largest bank, Credit Suisse, which appealed to the Swiss government for help.
- The stock value of BlackRock (BLK) may have gone down amid a broader sell-off in banking stocks after Credit Suisse Group Inc (CS) asked Swiss National Bank for support and Saudi National Bank stated it wouldn't purchase additional CS shares.
- The article is not about why BlackRock (BLK) stock went down, but rather an announcement about the Annual General Meeting of BlackRock World Mining Trust, including instructions for proxy voting and attending the meeting.
- BlackRock's stock went up 0.44% on March 14 following the announcement of an upcoming conference call on March 15 hosted by Phil Ruvinsky, Head of BlackRock's U.S. Growth Team and the Portfolio Manager for BlackRock Innovation and Growth Trust.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went up by 0.44% last night, and the article discusses questions surrounding the recent banking crisis, the role of the Fed, interest rates, and the safety of assets, among others.
- BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust plc (BLK) purchased its own shares of 25 pence each, increasing its shares held in treasury, which may have contributed to the stock's 0.44% increase last night.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went up 0.44% after Ben Powell, APAC Chief Investment Strategist, predicted that the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank is unlikely to lead to the rapid rate cuts that markets had predicted, stating that the Fed would be 'highly reluctant' to change their tune and their current policy settings which have been put in place over the last year, following fears of a potential banking crisis due to the collapse of banks SVB and Signature Bank.
- BlackRock's stock was up 0.44% following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), which ESG fund managers exposed to the now-collapsed bank either directly or indirectly, misjudged as it appeared to tick several boxes for ESG investors, despite the bank's lack of a chief risk officer for much of last year, which is now being examined by the Federal Reserve to understand how it contributed to the bank's failure.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock goes down due to the fall of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, two of its portfolio holdings, which caused a contagion effect on regional bank shares, and some of its mutual funds, such as Fidelity Disruptive Finance fund and $3.9 million BlackRock Future Financial and Tech ETF, suffered significant losses.
- BlackRock Greater Europe Investment Trust PLC's stock went down by 1.46% in the last trading session, possibly due to macro uncertainty and lack of direction in the markets during February. However, the Investment Manager notes that they see opportunities for attractive returns in select areas, as many European companies have healthy balance sheets and growth prospects linked to structural spending streams.
- Ooma, Inc. has 63% stake from institutional investors, the largest being Trigran Investments, Inc., and BlackRock, Inc., with over 12% ownership, and their trading actions may impact the company's share price. Yesterday BlackRock, Inc.'s ownership may have been a contributing factor to the 1.46% decrease in BlackRock's stock price.
- Blackrock (BLK) stock was down by 1.46% due to the potential risk of contagion in the regional banking sector, plus a possible default with reference to its content of $10 trillion dollars in assets from real estate.
- BlackRock's (BLK) stock went down 1.46% as investors of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank may see the impact of the banks' downfall, with State Street and BlackRock funds each holding about 5% of SVB stocks, while Signature Bank was one of the main banks for cryptocurrency companies and a popular bet for funds.
- BlackRock's stock (BLK) declined by 2.5% last night, as Apple CEO Tim Cook's compensation package was approved, which could see him receive as much as $50 million in 2023, down approximately 40% from the $99 million they pocketed in 2022, with other Apple executives earning around $27 million each in 2023, and rejected measures including a civil rights audit on Apple’s diversity efforts and a call for the company to report on pay gaps.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock was down 2.5% as the European Union's new rules to crack down on greenwashing don't make it easier to spot genuine environmentally-friendly funds and despite EU rules demanding more disclosure, funds remained hard to compare and greenwashing difficult to spot leading to a lack of clarity from regulators over what constitutes a sustainable investment.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went down 2.5% due to new EU regulations that are trying to deter against greenwashing, as more than 100 SFDR Article 9 funds still invest in thermal coal and greenwashing remains hard to spot, deterring investors from funds that may not deliver on their advertised green status.
- BlackRock's stock went down by 2.5% due to the impact of soaring prices for steel and silicon, making it tough for the investment firm to fundraise and carry out mergers and acquisitions in renewable energy projects.
- BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust has purchased some of its ordinary shares and intends to hold them in treasury, leading to a decrease in the voting rights of its total issued share capital, which might be the reason why BlackRock stock went down by 2.5%.
- BlackRock Smaller Companies Trust plc announced the purchase of some of its own shares, causing a decrease in its stock price by -0.99% in the market.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went down, likely due to a push by Texas Republicans to crack down on money managers that consider goals like reducing carbon emissions in addition to financial factors when making investment decisions, which some view as a threat to the state's oil and gas industry.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went down 0.99% last night, and the article reports a notification from BlackRock to Endeavour Mining plc regarding an acquisition or disposal of voting rights and financial instruments.
- BlackRock's (BLK) stock went down by 0.99% due to investors' unwillingness to rely on the Federal Reserve and other major central banks and lack of hopes for interest rate cuts given resilient data and sticky inflation, which is leading money managers to switch from growth stocks to businesses that can withstand the end of cheap funding like banks that benefit from higher rates and resources and consumer staple businesses that can sell goods at prices that match inflation.
- The article is not about Blackrock (BLK) stock and does not provide information on why it goes down. It is about Tearlach Resources Limited's intersecting thick zones of claystone stratigraphy in twin and step out holes with total holes depths of up to 140m (460 feet), which host the lithium mineralization, and drilling an expanded area of 5 km x 3.2 km, previously discovered by Black Rock Silver Corp (TSXV: BRC), at the Gabriel Project in Tonopah area Nevada, and Tearlach's decision to not proceed with the brokered private placement financing announced on March 2, 2023.
- This article discusses the recent insider trading activity for Vishay Precision Group (VPG) and the potential significance of director Wes Cummins' recent purchases of VPG shares, which have spurred some interest in the company despite its relatively low profile and trading volume, as well as the company's recent quarterly earnings report and some of its institutional shareholders, such as BlackRock. The article does not specifically address why BlackRock's stock (BLK) went up.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock went up by 1.36% following recent sales by insiders and the fact that the company holds the second-largest share of Adobe Inc. (ADBE), which has 84% of its shares owned by institutions.
- BlackRock's weekly report analyzes which types of stocks are likely to perform well in the current macro regime, and the stock price of BlackRock (BLK) went up by 1.36% last night; however, the article does not provide a specific reason for the increase.
- BlackRock's stock (BLK) went up by 1.36% after the company predicted that the US ETF industry would exceed $13 trillion in assets under management by the end of this year and possibly $25 trillion by the end of 2027 due to the popularity of ETFs among investors.
- BlackRock's weekly report suggests that value stocks, which typically have lower price-to-earnings ratios and higher dividend yields, are likely to outperform growth stocks in the current macroeconomic regime with rising interest rates, and sees the energy sector as the optimal combination of value and quality, while Bitcoin's correlation with traditional assets declined after this year's rally, and the recent announcement from the SEC chair Gary Gensler may lead to further divergence between Bitcoin, altcoins, and stocks.
- BlackRock (BLK) stock was up 0.79% last night, as indexing is found to facilitate information arbitrage and increase price efficiency for more arbitrage-constrained micro-cap stocks.
- BlackRock's (BLK) stock went up by 0.79% as part of an all-around positive trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average also rising.
- Silvergate stock fell 33% on Thursday after the bank disclosed regulatory investigations into its business, client withdrawal demands, and the threat of collapse; however, the bank still has supporters such as BlackRock who increased its stake to 7.2% in January, resulting in a 0.79% increase in BlackRock (BLK) stock last night.
- The article provides required information to be made available to investors in BlackRock World Mining Trust plc, pursuant to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, and does not mention why the stock goes up.
- The article reports that Silvergate stock collapsed by 30% in after-hours trading as it delayed filing its annual report with the SEC, while BlackRock stock went up by 0.79%, with no explanation given in the article for the reason behind the increase.
- The financial strategy, which Republicans call “woke capitalism” because it makes climate change and social issues a priority, has been thrust into the culture-war spotlight with conservatives combatting ESG-embracing Wall Street institutions.
- The market sell-off is created by the fear of higher inflation rates and the increasing Federal Reserve interest rates. This makes it harder for companies with fixed-income streams to make money. Blackrock is a durable dividend stock that has strong balance sheet and yields, which creates a good entry point for this ETF.
- Blackrock(BLK) stock goes down because Ramaswamy, 37, is announcing he's running for president in 2024 and he wants the companies he pressured to focus on profits over diversity and cutting carbon emissions.
- Blackrock is a financial holding company that owns a large amount of TPB Acquisition Corp. stock, which is being combined with Lavoro. The combination is expected to close on February 27, 2023, and the combined company and its common stock and warrants are expected to commence trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on February 28, 2023, under the new ticker symbols “LVRO” and LVROW”, respectively. However, the fate of this merger is uncertain and there are a number of risks that could cause the merger not to happen or to have negative consequences.
- Blackrock, Inc. is a financial services company that provides investment management and other investment-related products and services to institutional investors worldwide. It operates through four segments: Institutional Solutions, Global Asset Management, Trust and Corporate Banking. The company's institutional solutions segment provides investment management, investment research, and asset management services to institutional investors globally. The company's global asset management segment manages more than $3 trillion in assets, including public and private equity, fixed income, money market and asset-backed securities. The company's trust and corporate banking segment provides banking, securities, and financial products and services to middle- market corporations and government
- Blackrock Investment Institute believes that the Bank of England's interest-rate increase will benefit banks with a strong deposit-taking franchise.
- Blackrock Inc. is a provider of investment products and services, including exchange-traded funds, mutual funds, and other investment products. The company offers the management of investment portfolios and the provision of advice to its clients.
- Blackrock is a diversified financial services company that provides products and services to institutional investors and individual consumers. The company's products and services include investment management, asset management, investment advisory, trust and security services, capital market services, and global investment research. Blackrock's revenue is primarily generated from its institutional clients, which comprise the majority of its revenue.
- Blackrock is a financial services company that offers a wide range of products and services.
- Blackrock is a financial services firm whose shareholders include individuals and institutions. The firm makes money by investing in securities and providing other financial services. This can include offering funds and other financial products, underwriting and issuing securities, and providing credit ratings.
- The article discusses how some of the trades from last year that were seen as the most vulnerable to interest rates are doing well in the first few weeks of 2023. The main reason for this is that investors are disregarding the Federal Reserve's latest forecast that suggests interest rates will likely close 2020 at 5.1%.
- Blackrock Inc. (BLK) is a large institutional investor with a history of buying stocks of companies that it thinks are undervalued. When the company thinks that a company is overvalued, it will sell its stock. When the company thinks that a company is undervalued, it will buy its stock.
- Blackrock Inc. is an American multinational investment management company. The company manages assets on behalf of institutional and individual clients. They are involved in various markets such as stocks, commodities, fixed income, hedging and more.
- Blackrock, a US-based asset manager, is deferring redemptions from UK property funds, which helps to rebuild liquidity. This allows the funds to sell property investments in an orderly way, which in turn helps to reduce prices.
- Institutional investors like BlackRock own a large chunk of Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc, and often receive greater scrutiny from retail investors. This makes Berkshire Hills Bancorp (NYSE:BHLB) a desirable investment, although it's important to be wary of the stock's performance when multiple institutions change their mind about it at the same time.
- Blackrock plans to defer redemptions from its BlackRock UK Property
Fund due to the heightened level of redemption requests. This news
positively impacts BlackRock's stock because it shows investors
continue to see value in the fund.