Explore /

Largest 52-Week Losses

Largest 52-Week Losses

1.38k followers 30 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to discover and track stocks with the greatest 52-week loss. These are stocks whose price has increased the most over the past 52 weeks (percent change). This list is generated daily, the losses are based on today's closing price and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

30 Symbols

To view complete list, get the Yahoo Finance App

Get the Yahoo Finance app

  • Free real-time data
  • News and price alerts
  • Add and edit holdings
  • Track performance
  • Create multiple watchlists
  • Cleveland-Cliffs Beats Analysts’ Q1 Earnings Estimates
    Market Realist 40 minutes ago

    Cleveland-Cliffs Beats Analysts’ Q1 Earnings Estimates

    Cleveland-Cliffs Beats Analysts’ Q1 Earnings EstimatesQ1 2019 results Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) released its first-quarter results today before the markets opened. It reported EPS and revenue of -$0.08 and $157 million, beating analysts’ estimates

  • Inventory Data Are Neutral for Natural Gas Prices
    Market Realist 2 hours ago

    Inventory Data Are Neutral for Natural Gas Prices

    Inventory Data Are Neutral for Natural Gas PricesInventories supported natural gas on April 25 On April 25, at 10:41 AM EST, the natural gas June futures were almost unchanged from the last closing level. On the same day, the EIA (U.S. Energy

  • Core Laboratories Delivered High-End Earnings in Q1
    Motley Fool 2 hours ago

    Core Laboratories Delivered High-End Earnings in Q1

    The oil-field technology company anticipates even better results in the coming quarters.

  • Apparel and Accessories Stocks Looking the Part
    Investopedia 4 hours ago

    Apparel and Accessories Stocks Looking the Part

    Investors returned to lagging apparel and accessories stocks Wednesday. Have the challenges facing these three stocks been factored in?

  • Earnings Preview: PG&E (PCG) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline
    Zacks 4 hours ago

    Earnings Preview: PG&E (PCG) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline

    PG&E (PCG) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Earnings Preview: Mednax (MD) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline
    Zacks 4 hours ago

    Earnings Preview: Mednax (MD) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline

    Mednax (MD) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Analysts Estimate United States Steel (X) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for
    Zacks 4 hours ago

    Analysts Estimate United States Steel (X) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for

    U.S. Steel (X) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Moody's 5 hours ago

    Adient US LLC -- Moody's says Adient's upsize of new secured debt offering is credit negative but does not impact ratings

    For further information, please see Adient's issuer comment dated April 25, 2019 at www.moodys.com. Adient plc, the publicly-traded parent of Adient Global Holdings Ltd, is one of the world's largest automotive seating suppliers with a leading market position in the Americas, Europe and China, and has longstanding relationships with the largest global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the automotive space.

  • Is Banco Macro (BMA) Stock Undervalued Right Now?
    Zacks 5 hours ago

    Is Banco Macro (BMA) Stock Undervalued Right Now?

    Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest value, growth, and momentum trends to underscore strong picks.

  • Core Labs (CLB) Surpasses Q1 Earnings and Sales Estimates
    Zacks 6 hours ago

    Core Labs (CLB) Surpasses Q1 Earnings and Sales Estimates

    Core Laboratories (CLB) expects second-quarter 2019 revenues and EPS within $172-$175 million and 47-50 cents, respectively.

  • Benzinga 6 hours ago

    Jim Cramer Weighs In On Micron, Halliburton And More

    On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round" , Jim Cramer said he wouldn't buy Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT ) because the stock failed to stay near the recent highs. Cramer thinks Halliburton Company (NYSE: ...

  • Futures Spread: Analyzing the Sentiments for Natural Gas
    Market Realist 7 hours ago

    Futures Spread: Analyzing the Sentiments for Natural Gas

    Natural Gas: Is the Fall Unstoppable?(Continued from Prior Part)Futures spread On April 23, the natural gas futures for June 2019 closed at a small discount of ~$0.03 to the June 2020 futures. On April 16, the futures spread was at a small premium of

  • The New Cigarette Policy Shows Why Walgreens Stock Is Broken
    InvestorPlace 7 hours ago

    The New Cigarette Policy Shows Why Walgreens Stock Is Broken

    Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ:WBA) is having a rough go of it lately. Walgreens stock trades at its lowest levels in almost six years. Sales are declining, so are earnings.Source: Mike Mozart via FlickrThe company's decision this week to raise the buying age for tobacco to 21 in its stores doesn't really change the case for Walgreens stock. Walgreens may be giving up some sales, but it's likely a small amount of total revenue. Cigarette sales likely aren't high-margin, either, meaning the impact on profits likely will be even smaller.But that doesn't mean the decision is immaterial to WBA stock. The problem for Walgreens, and one key reason why WBA shares have struggled so much of late, is that the company simply isn't executing well. The change in tobacco policy is just one symptom of that ongoing problem. As cheap as Walgreens stock looks, that execution needs to improve before investors look to buy the dip here.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Give Back 2019 Gains Walgreens Moves the Cigarette Age to 21Walgreens' move to raise the buying age for tobacco to 21 didn't come out of the blue. Rather, it came because the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) was breathing down the company's neck. The agency announced in February that Walgreens was the top violator among pharmacies that sell tobacco products, with 22% of locations making illegal sales.To be fair, Walgreens is the largest pharmacy seller of tobacco products by far. Rival CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) stopped selling tobacco back in 2014, and smaller Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) now is following Walgreens' lead. At the same time, however, this is an ongoing problem for Walgreens which dates back nearly a decade and includes some 240 penalties incurred just since 2010.The inability to control tobacco sales on its own might not seem like a big problem. But in conjunction with disappointing results of late, it certainly seems like something is not working at the store level for Walgreens. Instead of simply fixing the tobacco problem and avoiding fines, Walgreens is making a blanket policy change.Again, the issue isn't necessarily financial. When CVS ended tobacco sales, on conference calls at the time it cited a 5-8 point hit to sales growth. But it also highlighted better margins: cigarette sales simply aren't that profitable.But Walgreens' current struggles mean the company needs all the help it can get. More broadly, even with WBA stock at a multi-year low, Walgreens needs a turnaround at the store level. The decision to raise the buying age isn't comforting on that front. Why WBA Stock Is Id Scraping LowsTobacco aside, Walgreens sales simply are headed in the wrong direction particularly outside of pharmacy. According to SEC filings, comparable retail sales dropped 1.0% in fiscal 2017 and 2.4% the following year. Performance has been even worse in the first two quarters of this fiscal year: a 3.5% drop including a 3.8% decline in the disappointing Q2.Admittedly, there are some industry-wide factors at play. CVS and Rite Aid are seeing similar struggles in terms of retail sales and their stock prices. CVS stock is near a six-year low, though its acquisition of Aetna hasn't helped. Rite Aid just executed a reverse stock split and trades near a ten-year low.All three chains are struggling with retail sales. Pressures from generic drug pricing are hitting pharmacy revenue but the companies aren't getting the corresponding savings on the cost side. Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) looms after its acquisition of PillPack. And grocers like Kroger (NYSE:KR) are looking to pharmacy and convenience sales to boost their own weakening growth profiles.But industry headwinds alone aren't enough of an excuse for Walgreens. Execution clearly isn't good, given declining sales. The company radically overhauled its Balance Rewards program last year. The Rite Aid acquisition hardly looks smart, given a non-zero chance Walgreens could have picked up stores out of bankruptcy. (And bear in mind that it was the FTC that kept Walgreens from acquiring the entire chain).Simply put, Walgreens needs to do better at the store level. But Walgreens Stock Is Cheap…Even with those concerns, however, Walgreens stock is tempting. WBA trades at less than 9x FY19 EPS estimates. The balance sheet is much cleaner than that of CVS post-Aetna or Rite Aid. Amazon might be a threat at some point, but so far all has been quiet on that front.Drug pricing pressures may ease at some point. It remains to be seen how PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers) will be treated, and how those changes will echo down to the retail level.The story here isn't over. All hope isn't lost, and there's an intriguing case to buy the dip here. But for WBA stock to rally, store-level performance needs to improve. And investors might want to see some evidence of that improvement before jumping in with both feet.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Oversold Stocks to Run From * 7 Red-Hot E-Commerce Stocks to Consider * 4 Stocks Surging on Earnings Surprises Compare Brokers The post The New Cigarette Policy Shows Why Walgreens Stock Is Broken appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Around the World, Buyer’s Remorse Sets in for Costly Clean Power
    Bloomberg 8 hours ago

    Around the World, Buyer’s Remorse Sets in for Costly Clean Power

    In Canada, Ontario Premier Doug Ford killed hundreds of contracts for planned wind and solar farms. Spain pulled back subsidies, yanking the rug from projects already up and running. The rollback has divided both policy makers and the energy industry, with some calling it a natural evolution and others warning that it will undermine clean energy growth just as wind and solar have finally become mainstream sources of power.

  • Financial Times 15 hours ago

    Warren Buffett: ‘I’m having more fun than any 88-year-old in the world’

    Over the past 54 years, shares in his company, Berkshire Hathaway, have outpaced the S&P 500 — a broad index of American stocks — by almost 2.5 million percentage points. The degree to which Buffett has outwitted successive generations of Wall Street rivals almost defies comprehension. It is striking, then, that over the past decade Buffett has fallen behind.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents 18 hours ago

    Edited Transcript of AA.N earnings conference call or presentation 17-Apr-19 9:00pm GMT

    Q1 2019 Alcoa Corp Earnings Call

  • Factors Likely to Decide Avon's (AVP) Fate in Q1 Earnings
    Zacks 20 hours ago

    Factors Likely to Decide Avon's (AVP) Fate in Q1 Earnings

    Soft Representatives growth and currency headwind are likely to mar Avon's (AVP) Q1 results. However, the Open Up Avon strategy may bring some respite.

  • Associated Press 20 hours ago

    Core Laboratories: 1Q Earnings Snapshot

    On a per-share basis, the Amsterdam-based company said it had net income of 91 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring gains and to account for discontinued operations, came to 44 cents per share. ...

  • Kraft Heinz (KHC) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know
    Zacks 21 hours ago

    Kraft Heinz (KHC) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Kraft Heinz (KHC) closed at $32.76, marking a -1.03% move from the previous day.

  • 7 Consumer Stocks to Buy for Income
    InvestorPlace 23 hours ago

    7 Consumer Stocks to Buy for Income

    [Editor's note: This story was previously published in January 2019 It has since been updated and republished.]Is economic growth about to hit a wall and lead us into a period of lackluster results? If that's your concern, you're not alone. This growth cycle and its corresponding bull market are, at 10 years of age, getting a bit long in the tooth.In an environment where trade wars and the fears of an old-fashioned recession have the potential to turn into trouble, investors tend to reprioritize what the market will reward. Safe consumer stocks move into favor, often at the expense of growth names. Dividend stocks become particularly compelling prospects, with traders seeking out the certainty of reliable cash flow when growth is anything but guaranteed.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market's Irrationality To that end, here's a rundown of 10 of the market's top dividend-paying consumer stocks to mull as we wade deeper into murky waters. Procter & Gamble (PG)Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr (Modified)Some investors mentally wrote Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) off years ago, pegging it as a has-been that got too big for its own good and is too stuck in its old ways to compete well in the modern market.And to be fair, in some regards the criticisms were on target. Since CEO David Taylor took the helm in 2015, however, things have been different. P&G has been shedding brands and lines that simply aren't going to bear fruit, and though too slowly for some, the company has reworked its marketing approach to better reflect how most consumers now make purchasing decisions.Although there's more work to be done, the yield of 2.9% is solid, and Procter & Gamble has upped its payout for 63 consecutive years. Philip Morris (PM)Source: Shutterstock Last year was a rough one for Philip Morris (NYSE:PM) investors. The stock lost a total of 37% in 2018, mostly in response to tepid sales growth of its relatively new IQOS product, though downgrades all throughout the year certainly played a role in the pullback.The sellers arguably overshot their target though. * The 10 Best Index Funds to Buy and Hold While the global smoking cessation movement continues to gain traction and Philip Morris hasn't been the player it needs to be in the vaping market, this company still owns one of the most recognized and respected brand names in the business. Sales and earnings are projected to improve 5.6% and 10.2%, respectively, next year -- pretty good for the smoking industry -- and better still, the dividend yield is an impressive 5.4%. Its payout has grown every year since 2008. Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB)Source: Shutterstock Spectrum Brands Holdings (NYSE:SPB) likely won't ring a bell with consumers, but the company's brand names will. This is the parent to Remington shaving products, George Foreman grills, Armor All automobile protectant, Tetra fish food and Kwikset door locks, just to name a few.It was a particularly poor performer in 2018, largely driven lower by downgrades and some restructuring that made it tough to get a bead on the company's future. But Bank of America's Olivia Tong made a good point with her upgrade of Spectrum, explaining "SPB's results have been challenged of late, however, headwinds are abating, while the recent sales of SPB Auto Care and Battery provide much better visibility on de-levering the balance sheet."With the sentiment pendulum swinging in the other direction again, the dividend yield of 2.7% looks like an opportunity. Packaging Corp of America (PKG)Source: Shutterstock When most investors look for consumer stocks to buy, they tend to focus on the manufacturer and brand name and look past the organizations that make those products marketable.Big mistake. That oversight steers investors right past Packaging Corp of America (NYSE:PKG), which makes the boxes and retail displays most shoppers don't give a second thought about. * 10 Monster Growth Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond The big selling feature isn't the current yield of 3.2%, however, and the fact that the payout hasn't failed to grow at least a little every year going back to 2010. It's the fact that newcomers can step into PKG stock so cheaply. Shares are only trading at 12.7 times their past and 12.3 times forward-looking earnings. Tyson Foods (TSN)Source: Shutterstock Tyson Foods (NYSE:TSN) has been putting food on tables since 1931, and although it's much more than just chicken now, its chicken roots are still highly evident.The past year has been a tough one for shareholders, with fears stemming from a tariff war and rising freight costs pulling the stock well off its December 2017 high near $84. Although it has bounced back from December's low, the current price near $73 is still well short of there.A closer look at Tyson's results, however, suggests the only thing to fear was the impact of the rhetoric. Sales were up the typical 3% last year, and although earnings slipped from 2017's $6.16 per share to what will likely be $5.93 per share for 2018, analysts are looking for an earnings rebound to $6.20 per share in 2019. The pullback, in the meantime, has beefed up the yield to a respectable 2%. Hanesbrands (HBI)Source: Shubert Ciencia Via FlickrHanesbrands (NYSE:HBI) shares have been a terrible performers since early 2015, peeling back from a peak of around $35 in the middle of that year to a low of less than $12 in December of last year. Nothing the company has done has quelled the stock's bleeding.Don't jump to the wrong conclusion though. Sales have grown rather steadily since 2014, as has operating income. It has not been red-hot growth, nor hyper-consistent but certainly better than the stock's long-term trend suggests. * 3 Blue-Chip Stocks That Will Power Through Market Turmoil Regardless of the past, the present and future look healthy enough. HBI shares are only trading at 12.5 times this year's projected profit, and the trailing yield is 3.2%. This well-recognized brand name has too much going for it to ignore at that kind of valuation. Kimberly Clark (KMB)Source: Shutterstock Finally, Kimberly Clark (NYSE:KMB) is surrounded by more than a little bit of doubt. The company has seen a number of upgrades in the past few months, but as a group, analysts consider KMB a "hold" and the consensus target price near $110 is below the stock's current value near $125.Yet, to long-term income-minded investors, that earnings news will have little impact on how well KMB shares will serve them. The current yield of 3.3% is more than respectable, and sales of toilet paper, diapers and paper towels are consistent enough to maintain the company's streak of 46 years' worth of annual dividend increases.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 * 10 High-Growth Stocks for the Return of the Bull * The 10 Best Index Funds to Buy and Hold * 10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market's Irrationality Compare Brokers The post 7 Consumer Stocks to Buy for Income appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Reuters yesterday

    S&P 500 closes at record high, even as EPS growth stagnates

    The widely followed S&P 500 marked its highest ever close, beating its previous record closing high on Sept. 20, and the Nasdaq beat its Aug. 29 all-time closing high. The S&P 500 has rallied 25% from Dec. 24, reversing a steep selloff caused by fears of higher interest rates and uncertainty around U.S. President Donald Trump's trade war with Beijing. The S&P 500 has slightly underperformed European stocks over the same time period.

  • Moody's yesterday

    Banco del Tucuman S.A. -- Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Banco del Tucuman S.A.

    Announcement of Periodic Review: Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Banco del Tucuman S.A. New York, April 24, 2019 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Banco del Tucuman S.A. and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers.

  • Enrich Your Portfolio With 5 Oil Stocks for a Likely Q1 Beat
    Zacks yesterday

    Enrich Your Portfolio With 5 Oil Stocks for a Likely Q1 Beat

    With oil popping up to $60.55 a barrel, the March quarter witnesses the fastest rate of oil price hike since 2009.

  • Cleveland Cliffs: Realized Price Expectations in 2019
    Market Realist yesterday

    Cleveland Cliffs: Realized Price Expectations in 2019

    What’s in the Cards for Cleveland-Cliffs’ Q1 Results?(Continued from Prior Part)Realized revenues In addition to volumes, realized revenues are among the most important components that drive a commodity company’s top line. Sign up for Bagels