- The Global X SuperDividend ETF (DIV) has a monthly dividend payout yielding 7.3%, selectively investing in the 50 highest-yielding US equities, which includes 3M, resulting in it being 1.43% up last night; however, its mixed analyst ratings and lack-lustre long-term performance have caused some caution amongst investors.
- Mining company GoGold Resources Inc. announced additional drilling results from Los Ricos South, within the Eagle and Main Deposits, which reportedly exceeded expectations and consequently increased investor confidence, leading to a rise in stock price.
- The article provides assay results for Awalé Resources Limited's scout drilling at the Charger and Sceptre East targets, showing significant alteration and sulfide mineralization in seven out of the nine holes drilled, resulting in a positive outlook for the company, which could be the reason for the increase in 3M's (MMM) stock.
- KronosMD, a subsidiary of Kronos Advanced Technologies, has filed a provisional patent application in the US Patent Office for a new technology it believes will provide exceptional quality digital images designed to provide accurate 3D full dental arch scans for use in the Direct to Consumer clear orthodontic aligner market, and if approved, could significantly enhance manufacturing processes and workflows for this multi-billion dollar market.
- The stock of PPG Industries Inc. went down 0.08% while its competitors, 3M Co. and Sherwin-Williams Co., fell 0.53% and 1.08% respectively, and all three had lower trading volumes than their 50-day averages, which some analysts attribute to the recent Fed rate hike.
- 3M (MMM) stock decreased by 0.53% last night and despite remaining an attractive option for investors with its high dividend yield and low valuation metrics, the company is facing legal and regulatory headwinds due to lawsuits surrounding earplugs and environmental issues surrounding "forever chemicals" which could result in costly write-downs, making it an inappropriate stock for risk-averse investors.
- Tech megacaps, including Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple, have outperformed the broader market by the widest margin in years due to investors' flight to perceived safety, causing the S&P 500 index to outperform the average S&P 500 constituent stock by more than 3%, ultimately resulting in 3M (MMM) stock and other value stocks to go down.
- The National Institutes of Health is offering a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to fund novel and innovative approaches to screen and evaluate potential hazardous chemicals that pose a risk of developmental neurotoxicity, with the purpose of identifying environmental chemicals that could play a role in the etiology of neurodevelopmental disorders, which may be one of the factors contributing to 3M's recent stock price decline.
- 3M's (MMM) stock went down by 0.02%, and according to a video by Motley Fool contributors, the company may face dividend cuts or worse due to the problems it faces.
- The outstanding assay results and drilling program completed at Corella Resources Ltd's Tampu Project has led to excellent intercepts and major resource growth potential, making venture capital-backed Corella a global supplier of high-purity alumina feedstocks, leading to a rise in 3M (MMM) stock.
- The article is not about 3M (MMM) stock going up and there is no explanation provided for why the stock would go up. Instead, the article is the annual report for Stolt-Nielsen Limited, a company focused on bulk-liquid logistics, distribution, and land-based aquaculture, with financial highlights and details on its operations in chemical tankers, logistics and transportation, storage and distribution, aquaculture, and investments.
- Enlight Renewable Energy reported strong financial and operating results for the full year ended December 31, 2022, with revenue up 88% and adjusted EBITDA up 96%; meanwhile, 3M (MMM) stock went down on the same day, and it suggests that investors might be concerned about macro-economic factors or seeing signs of lackluster growth.
- 3M stock, which hit a new 52-week low on Wednesday, has gone down over 16% this year, with former US army infantry officer Nathan Frei one of many military veterans suing the conglomerate over its defective earplugs.
- Verizon Communications is currently the highest-paying Dow dividend stock with a yield of over 7%, followed by 3M Company with a dividend yield of nearly 5.8%, both of which have seen declining share prices, though prospects for Walgreens Boots Alliance, which has a yield of over 5.7%, appear to be improving. The reason for 3M Company's stock going down is attributed to challenges such as high inflation and economic uncertainty, and lower-than-expected revenue growth in the fourth quarter of 2022, which led the company to expect that revenue and earnings will decline year over year in 2023.
- Despite the Academy's rule that Oscars must not be sold or disposed of without first offering to sell them to the Academy for just $1, there is still a small but lucrative black market in Oscar statuettes, which are secretly sought, bought and sold by anonymous collectors, and have sold for millions of dollars each; meanwhile, a few of them, including Hattie McDaniel's and Olympia Dukakis's, have disappeared without trace.
- The article suggests that 3M stock looks undervalued after a 14% fall year-to-date and the recent fall can be attributed to litigation involving faulty earplugs and other factors not mentioned in the summary.
- The article discusses the positive trading session for PPG Industries Inc. with a rise of 3.57%, while 3M Co. stock went down by 0.70%, and the reason for the decline in 3M Co. stock is not mentioned in the article.
- 3M Co. stock (MMM) closed at a decade low after falling for the fourth consecutive session, possibly due to investor concerns before an upcoming investor event.
- The article is a company note on Reabold Resources, an upstream oil & gas investment company focused on low risk/high return projects, with a risked NAV based price target of 1.20p/share and a valuation of West Newton at 0.80p/share within the risked NAV; the company has multiple investments across different regions with a focus on projects that are substantially de-risked by previous drilling and low capex, fast cycle opportunities that can be rapidly monetized. The article does not mention why 3M (MMM) stock went down, as it is not related to the content of the article.
- Shares of 3M Co. (MMM) continue their downward trend, closing at a decade low with a 0.7% decline, due to concerns about slow growth and ongoing legal issues.
- Shares of 3M Co. (MMM) continued to slide for a fourth-straight session, heading for the lowest close in 10 years, and the stock was down due to the news of Chief Financial Officer Monish Patolawala's resignation.
- Central European markets fell on Monday due to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and speculation that the US Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates by a super-sized 50 basis points this month, hitting the dollar and limiting losses in central Europe's currencies, with Hungary's OTP shares falling 3.5% in morning trade, and Warsaw's blue-chip index fell to a three-month low.
- Glantus, a Dublin-based firm listed on the London Stock Exchange, said it uses Silicon Valley Bank for US operations after news broke that HSBC had bought SVB's UK portfolio and had no reason to believe the acquisition would significantly affect its operations or profits.
- Royal Philips has appointed Julia Strandberg as the Chief Business Leader of its Connected Care businesses, effective April 24, 2023; her appointment builds on the recent appointments of Wim Appelo as Philips’ Chief Operations Officer and Steve C. de Baca as Philips’ Chief Patient Safety & Quality Officer, as well as the promotion of Jeff DiLullo to Philips’ Chief Market Leader of North America, further strengthening its organization with new health technology talent, and 3m (MMM) stock went down.
- The face shield market is expected to grow at a 6.2% CAGR between 2021 and 2028, reaching a market size of USD 3.1 billion, with the industry driven by increased demand for face shields in the healthcare and manufacturing industries across the globe; however, price volatility of crude oil, which is used to make face shields, may restrain market expansion, and this may be the reason 3M's (MMM) stock was down 0.54% last night.
- The article announces Deutsche Post AG's share buyback program, which could be a reason for 3M's (MMM) stock going down by 1.53% last night.
- Lisa Marie Presley's sudden death has triggered a dispute among her family members over her father Elvis Presley's estate, despite the trust receiving only a fraction of the more than $100m that the Elvis brand takes in yearly, with Court filings detailing its earnings, and last night 3M (MMM) stock went down by 1.53%.
- 3M (MMM) stock was down by 1.53% last night, possibly due to mixed data from the US and Eurozone and caution ahead of Friday's key jobs report.
- This article is about Akebia Therapeutics' financial results for Q4 and full-year 2022, which reported nearly 25% net product revenue growth for Auryxia over 2021, and provided business highlights as the company anticipates potential Marketing Authorization of Vafseo by the European Commission in May 2023, which is an oral hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl hydroxylase inhibitor and is designed to treat symptomatic anaemia associated with chronic kidney disease in adults on chronic maintenance dialysis, however, the article does not mention the reason for the -1.53% decline of 3M (MMM) stock.
- The article is about a deadly bull shark sighting in Perth, Western Australia, leading to warnings for people to avoid waters near Barrack Street Jetty; the article has no connection to the decline in 3M (MMM) stock, and therefore, the reason for the stock fall is not mentioned in the article.
- Geomega Resources Inc. has announced that it is receiving $3M in funding from the Government of Canada’s Critical Minerals Research, Development and Demonstration Program towards the construction of the magnet recycling demonstration plant, which will contribute to Canada's goal of being a net-zero emitter of carbon by 2050, resulting in a positive impact on the environment and good job opportunities for the workers, and its non-dilutive NRCan funding will contribute to the demonstration plant development’s efficiency and commercialization phase to help Geomega establish a circular economy for rare earth magnets, causing yesterday's 3M's (MMM) stock to go down by 2.58%.
- The article does not mention anything about 3M (MMM) stock going down, instead, it provides information about the pricing and subscription of new Perpetual Restricted Tier 1 Capital Notes issued by Tryg Forsikring A/S.
- Geomega Resources Inc. has announced it is receiving CAD $3m in funding from the Government of Canada's Critical Minerals Research, Development and Demonstration Program towards the construction of the magnet recycling demonstration plant, and this news did not impact the price of 3M (MMM) stock which was down by 2.58%.
- The target price for 3M stock increased due to a change in valuation methodology and panel of peers, however, the stock went down by 2.58% last night and the article does not provide a reason for it.
- 3M (MMM) stock went down by 1.2% last night, possibly due to external factors such as the disruption caused by the Russia-Ukraine war on the global economy, leading to inflation across goods and services which has affected markets across the globe.
- The stock of 3M (MMM) went down by 1.2% on March 3, and one reason for its decline could be the increase in the popularity of the use of mycelium, which is the root structure of a mushroom, as a sustainable alternative to conventional materials, from insulation panels for construction, leather substitutes for luxury goods, and even as a high-protein alternative to meat.
- This article discusses the positive MRE results and increased potential for future drilling programs at BP33 Mineral Resource of Core Lithium, resulting in an 11% surge, which eventually settled down to 7% by mid-morning; the author does not provide any information or explanation regarding why the 3M (MMM) stock went down.
- The stock of 3M (MMM) was down by 1.2% last night as businesses, such as Biohm and MycoWorks, tap into the growing popularity of mycelium, the root structure of a mushroom, which can be grown to create construction industry products such as insulation panels as well as leather substitutes and high-protein replacements for meat and wheat flour, with the global mushroom market expected to reach $90.4bn by 2028, up from $63bn in 2022, according to research company Imarc Group.
- 3M collaborates with Guardhat to transfer its Safety Inspection Management (SIM) software to Guardhat, and although the collaboration will accelerate development of SIM software and other Connected Safety solutions and create better-connected safety features, the stock price went down as the announcement was made just hours after the prices of raw materials, transportation, and logistics began to escalate.
- The stock of 3M (MMM) went down by 0.28% last night, but there is no information in the article to determine the reason for the decline.
- Orosur Mining received a US$2m Anza JV option payment and announced positive exploration results for its Pantano Project in Argentina, but no clear reason was given for why 3M Company's MMM stock went down by 0.28% last night.
- Capita plc reported an improvement in financial performance in 2022, with increased revenue growth, profitability, and positive free cash flow due to the successful implementation of its strategy to focus on core markets; however, the stock market reacted with a -0.28% decline in 3M (MMM) stock.
- The article provides an update on the construction progress at Marathon Gold Corporation's Valentine Gold Project in Newfoundland, stating that the overall completion at the project stood at 21% at the end of January 2023 and first ore delivery to the mill is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, however, it does not give a reason for why the 3M (MMM) stock went down.
- Many investors are choosing to sell their rental properties and put their money elsewhere because of unfavorable government tax policy, high mortgage rates, and the cost of meeting proposed energy efficiency standards.
- 1. Cormac Henderson, a buy-to-let investor, is selling up, citing the unfavorable tax climate and increasing costs for tenants.
2. Many other property investors are also selling up.
3. Increasing borrowing costs and reduced tax relief are pushing many landlords out of the buy-to-let market.
4. Buy-to-let stock is going up in the market as cheaper mortgage rates expire and landlords are forced to either sell their properties or pay higher interest rates.
- 3m(MMM) stock goes up because it is a conglomerate that produces products like medical supplies, home furnishings, and office products.
- PFAS substances have been used in tens of thousands of products, but have now been linked to health risks and environmental damage. As a result, the European Union is proposing a ban on the substances. If the proposal is passed, it will become one of the largest restrictions on chemical substances ever in Europe.