Wipe-Out: Facebook shares wipe out $237.2B in market cap, the biggest in history (FB -26.39%)
Sentiment: Ford shares skid despite bullish 2022 outlook (F -3.59%)
Jump: Snap recovers from Apple privacy changes; shares jump in after-hours trade (SNAP +59.18%)
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Aon Plc Earnings (AON)
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Earnings (BMY)
CBOE Global Markets Inc. Earnings (CBOE)
Eaton Corp Plc. Earnings (ETN)
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. Earnings (REGN)
Royal Caribbean Group Earnings (RCL)
Sanofi SA Earnings (SNY)
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Today’s Market Terminology: Payout Ratio
A payout ratio is the proportion of earnings paid out to the common stockholders as dividends. It is the firm’s cash dividend divided by the firm’s earnings in the reporting period
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