The article announces that W.W. Grainger, Inc. (GWW) approved a quarterly cash dividend, but does not provide a reason as to why the stock went down.
W.W. Grainger's (GWW) stock went down by 0.79% due to the announcement of the appointment of Matt Fortin as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, which may have caused uncertainty among investors.
The article states that W.W. Grainger, Inc. (GWW) announced a quarterly cash dividend of $1.86 per share, and the stock went down by -0.59% last night. It does not provide a specific reason for the stock decline.
W.W. Grainger (GWW) stock went down by -2.31% recently. The article discusses Grainger's plans to open a 500,000-square-foot distribution center in Gresham, Oregon, in 2025, which aims to enhance customer service and expand product offerings in the Pacific Northwest. The stock may have gone down due to various factors, such as market conditions, investor sentiment, or company-specific news not mentioned in the article.
W.W. Grainger's stock has gone up by 1.02% after expanding its educational assistance program to include part-time team members and partnering with new institutions to provide high-quality degree programs, some of which are offered at no cost.
W.W. Grainger's stock has gone up by 1.02% following the announcement that the company has expanded its educational assistance program to include part-time team members and has partnered with new institutions, such as Western Governors University and the University of Phoenix, to provide high-quality degree programs, with some offered at no cost.