MS - Morgan Stanley

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
41.99
+1.27 (+3.12%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close 40.72
Open 41.16
Bid 0.00 x 1400
Ask 0.00 x 1100
Day's Range 41.13 - 42.08
52 Week Range 36.74 - 59.38
Volume 13,289,736
Avg. Volume 13,740,756
Market Cap 71.383B
Beta (3Y Monthly) 0.99
PE Ratio (TTM) 8.88
EPS (TTM) 4.73
Earnings Date Apr 16, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield 1.20 (2.95%)
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-01-30
1y Target Est 52.02
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Investing.com 11 hours ago

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  • Reuters 21 hours ago

    Thomas Cook enlists three banks to prepare airline sale - source

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  • Reuters 21 hours ago

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  • 5 Fallen-Angel Stocks That Have Been Oversold
    Kiplinger 22 hours ago

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  • Lloyds Bank hires Morgan Stanley banker Chalmers as CFO
    Reuters yesterday

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  • Will your startup pull a Slack? What you should know about direct listings
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  • Motley Fool 2 days ago

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  • Aramco picks banks for debut international bond - sources
    Reuters 2 days ago

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  • Reuters 3 days ago

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  • Levi Strauss Roils Apparel Industry With IPO Announcement
    Bloomberg 3 days ago

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  • CNBC 3 days ago

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  • CNBC 3 days ago

    Morgan Stanley has 5.6% stake in Twitter, making it the second-biggest shareholder behind Vanguard

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  • Stock Market News For Feb 13, 2019
    Zacks 3 days ago

    Stock Market News For Feb 13, 2019

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  • Reuters 3 days ago

    Barclays says has spent up to £200 million on Brexit

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  • Moody's 3 days ago

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  • Barrons.com 3 days ago

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  • Motley Fool 3 days ago

    Why Morgan Stanley's Buying Solium Capital

    Though the purchase price is pocket change for the financial-services giant, this still marks its largest acquisition since the Great Recession.

  • The Wall Street Journal 3 days ago

    [$$] Corporate HR Department Is Wall Street’s Next Battleground

    Investment banks better known for big trades and megamergers are descending from the C-suite to pitch for business managing companies’ employee-benefit programs. It isn’t a glamorous business but it offers the type of sticky, predictable revenue that bank shareholders want—and executives are willing to embrace—as core Wall Street businesses struggle. On Monday, Morgan Stanley agreed to acquire Solium Capital Inc., which manages employee stock awards for 3,000 companies.

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  • Company News for Feb 12, 2019
    Zacks 4 days ago

    Company News for Feb 12, 2019

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  • Morgan Stanley (MS) Agrees to Buy Canada's Solium Capital
    Zacks 4 days ago

    Morgan Stanley (MS) Agrees to Buy Canada's Solium Capital

    Morgan Stanley (MS) to acquire employee stock plans manager based in Canada, Solium Capital for $900 million in cash.

  • InvestorPlace 4 days ago

    Rival Banks Could Follow Wells Fargo Down This Unexpected Path

    A major paradigm shift is underway in how investors get advice and make stock trades. Rather than resist it, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) is going with it. Though rival banks and brokerage firms have yet to do the same, they soon could, if Wells Fargo makes the new model work. WFC stock is up 3.4% this year, far behind its peers.That's a very big "if," however.The 2016 account-opening scandal has not only created a headwind for Wells Fargo stock, the bank's tainted reputation has reportedly crimped the credibility of its advisor corps. Some are leaving the company altogether in search of greener pastures. The new initiative may quell that exodus, and simultaneously prove to be an even-better fit for customers. Or, it could make matters even worse by making them even more confusing.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsEither way, all owners of bank stocks may want to take note of the brokerage industry's potential pivot. WFC stock is the fifth-largest position in the 25-stock portfolio of the Invesco KBW Bank ETF (NASDAQ:KBWB), which has gained 13.3% in 2019. Tipping PointBeing a stockbroker has never been an easy job, but the business has become particularly tough in recent years. Changes in compensation plans now seem to be the new norm, with each overhaul somehow making it tougher for advisors to maintain their income, while the brokerage firm itself is able to tuck away more and more of the revenue generated by its workers.Case(s) in point: Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), parent of Merrill Lynch, faced another round of revolt in November when its so-called "growth grid" (of how it calculates advisor earnings) was once again altered in a way that favors proprietary products that Merrill brokers don't necessarily want to sell. Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) rolled out its latest round of pay changes in July of last year. * 7 Reasons You Want Boeing Stock in Your Portfolio Most banks and brokerage firms have introduced at least minor changes in compensation plans in recent months, in fact, aggravating their advisors each time.The business has evolved, however, with an old but relatively niche model becoming quite popular of late thanks to its simplicity and transparency.They're called registered investment advisors, or RIAs for short. Their key difference with traditional brokerage houses is how they collect revenue from customers and pass a portion of that along to brokers. The RIA model imposes a fee -- usually a small percentage of the total assets being managed -- while stockbrokers have historically earned a commission on stock trades and sales of related products and services.The latter opens the door to conflicts of interest, and though the RIA model arguably imposes fees that may not otherwise be incurred, investors love that they sit on the same side of the table as registered advisors.Until late last year, Wells Fargo fought to maintain what had been the more lucrative brokerage model. In the era of robo-advisors and tremendously empowered investors though, in December it announced it would facilitate RIAs that wanted to set up shop under the Wells Fargo brand.It was the first major banking name to cross that line. Unclear PotentialLast quarter, Wells Fargo once again saw net-losses in its total number of advisors. Down another 1% from Q3's total, to 13,968, the organization has lost roughly 1,000 of its brokers since 2016's unauthorized accounts debacle."They have a lot of capabilities that they could offer RIAs, such as banking. I think they could attract established RIAs," says industry recruiter Mark Elzweig, adding "and I think they could especially attract people from smaller independent broker-dealers."The option would also be available to existing Wells Fargo brokers, some of whom are already considered 'independent,' provided they fit the profile.It remains to be seen just how many would-be outside fee-based advisors are interested in working with Wells Fargo in this capacity though, and what the payoff may be.Shirl Penney, head of RIA platform Dynasty Financial Partners, explains "If more [assets] came from other channels of Wells than from competitors, then it will have been more of a defensive play than an offensive one. If that is the case, it would only be a marginal win for Wells, as employee channels tend to be more profitable to the banks versus open-choice platforms." * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Next 10 Months Indeed, despite the new business model being made available, Wells Fargo just lost a pair of advisors who managed $1 billion worth of brokerage assets to Los Angeles-based RIA AdvicePeriod.It's not an auspicious start for the San Francisco bank. Bottom Line for Wells Fargo StockIt's still only an experiment of sorts at this stage, with Wells Fargo Advisors president David Kowach explaining in December that branded registered investment advisor offices would only be established "in a few cities" this year. As is the case with all experiments, however, if it goes will, WFC stock holders can expect the experiment to become a more permanent development.If it goes well, of course, it would be surprising if other banking and brokerage names didn't follow that lead.To that end, for better or worse, Wells Fargo may not have much to gain in terms of earnings growth by making the RIA model work. Its wealth-management arm accounted for less than one-fifth of last quarter's revenue, and roughly one-tenth of the company's total net income. On a per share basis, even a smashing success with its RIA model wouldn't move the needle much for Wells Fargo stock.Not so for many of its its competitors, who extract relatively much more revenue and profits from the marketplace with offerings outside of the familiar deposit and lending business.As of this writing, James Brumley did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Fundamentally Sound Dividend Stocks to Buy * 5 Reasons Reeling FAANG Stocks Won't Deliver Big Returns * 3 Reasons Canopy Growth Could Burn You Compare Brokers The post Rival Banks Could Follow Wells Fargo Down This Unexpected Path appeared first on InvestorPlace.