ETFC E*TRADE Financial Corp.

  • STOCK
  • ETFC
  • Price as of: Dec 02, 06:55 PM EST
  • $34.93
  • -$0.37
  • -1.0%
  • Industry
  • Investment brokerage - national
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  • Dividend Yield
    0.00% Financial Average 3.95%
  • Annualized Payout
    $0.00  
  • Payout Ratio
    0.0% EPS $1.77
  • Dividend Growth
    No Payout Increase Last Year
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ETFC Upcoming Dividend Payouts

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Dividend.com DARS Rating™ Breakdown for ETFC

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Yield History

ETFC Dividend Yield & Stock Price History

Dividend Payout History

ETFC Dividend Payout History

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Growth History

ETFC Dividend Growth History

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Historical Annual Dividend Data & Growth

ETFC Historical Annual Dividend Data & Growth

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Historical Dividend Data

ETFC Dividend History

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Exchange: NASDAQ
Sector: Financial

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E*TRADE Financial Corp. News

  • The market is looking positive in the early going as traders try to figure out if yesterday's weakness is ready to resume as the day unfolds. Let's...
  • It looks like a good start to the market day as we enter an options-expiration Friday. Some big stories and plenty of analyst moves to look at as...
  • E-Trade Plans $400 Million Share Offering, $1 Billion Debt Swap (ETFC)

    Online brokerage E*TRADE Financial Corporation (ETFC) said Wednesday that it will offer $400 million in common stock shares, and swap up to $1 billion of its senior note debt. The New York City-based company, which is struggling to emerge from mounting loan losses that are tied to ill-fated mortgage investments, will attempt to raise $400 million via a common stock offering, and will exchange $1 billion worth of debt in order to eliminate substantial interest payments tied to the debt. The complicated debt exchange involves Citadel Investment Group LLC, which is E-trade's primary shareholder, exchanging at least $800 million in debt. Citadel will also purchase either $50 million or $100 million in E-trade shares as part of the stock offering. Also pursuant to the debt exchange, E-Trade said it will swap all outstanding 8% senior notes due in 2011, and some of its 12.5% notes due 2017, for new convertible debt. The Bottom Line Shares of ETFC are off of 52 week highs of $4 a share and way off all-time highs of $58 set in late 1999. The company lost its way when it made a bad bet getting into the mortgage business. The stock has near-term technical support in the $1.15-1.30 price area. If the shares can rebound, we see overhead resistance around the $2.00-2.50 price levels. We do not currently rate this online broker's stock at this time, but we do follow the company very closely. E*TRADE Financial Corporation (ETFC) does not currently pay a dividend. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.
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